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NPK by the teaspoon
I have KNO3, K2SO4, and monosodium phosphate (it's Discus Buffer, not sure
of chemical designation but Greg Morin says this is what it is) all in
powder form. What would be a rough approximation of the ratios by volume
(one part X to Y parts that to Z parts the other) that the powders should
be mixed to provide NPK in the ratios that aquarium plants use? This
assuming that CO2, light and trace elements are already NOT limited. Anyone?