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Old 17-06-2003, 02:22 PM
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This seems to be good value for money as it is so concentrated. It has everything that is recommended for the trace element mix for the PMDD.

What dose would you suggest when mixing it in the 300ml of water?

On the instuctions, Kent recommend using 1-3 tsp per 100 gallons of pond water weekly!
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Old 17-06-2003, 05:08 PM
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isnt' there some math that can be used to answer that??

I can't tell ya, but it's on the tip of my tongue...



What dose would you suggest when mixing it in the 300ml of water?

On the instuctions, Kent recommend using 1-3 tsp per 100 gallons of
pond water weekly!


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Your math sounds as good as mine
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Algebra is our friend:
1 tsp x
------- = ------
100 gal 300 ml
to make it easy, convert all English measurements
to ml (1 tsp = 14.78 ml, 1 gallon = 3790 ml)
14.78 x
--------- = ------
379,000 300
solve for x:
379,000 x = 4434
so
x = 0.0116 ml
= 11.6 (ul) micoliters

Rule of thumb is that a small drop is 20 ul,
so you need to add..drumroll, please...

half a drop!

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isnt' there some math that can be used to answer that??

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What dose would you suggest when mixing it in the 300ml of water?

On the instuctions, Kent recommend using 1-3 tsp per 100 gallons of
pond water weekly!


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I thought Algebra was in North Africa?

You were one of those kids at school, don't look down, you know the type I mean!

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Old 17-06-2003, 11:44 PM
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Donīt you mean Algeria?

By the way what is the opinion of Kent products in the UK ?

Thanks, Paulo Almeida

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I like Kent products, although here in the UK they are well over priced (like everything else) I use their R/O right and find it a 'perfect' product, it goes a hell of a long way!
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Algebra is our friend:
1 tsp x
------- = ------
100 gal 300 ml
to make it easy, convert all English measurements
to ml (1 tsp = 14.78 ml, 1 gallon = 3790 ml)
14.78 x
--------- = ------
379,000 300
solve for x:
379,000 x = 4434
so
x = 0.0116 ml
= 11.6 (ul) micoliters

Rule of thumb is that a small drop is 20 ul,
so you need to add..drumroll, please...

half a drop!

-coelacanth


all that for a half a drop???? wow... you deserve a drink for that....




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