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Default GH = 6, Ca++ = 30 ppm, Mg = ?

7.88 ppm ?


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Default GH = 6, Ca++ = 30 ppm, Mg = ?

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7.88 ppm ?


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This is not that much help; but, if we knew the average ratio of calcium
to magnesium in plant tissue, perhaps this would be a guide of the ppm
Mg to maintain in relation to ppm of Ca ...

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JS


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