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Thanks, Tom! Just the numbers I needed. Anyway, I made the solution, and
boy, is it messy! Little floaties, suspended bits, and undissolved junk...
I suppose I could filter it, if need be. Would you or anybody happen to
know anything about the brand Espoma? Is their "Sulfate of Potash" equally
sooty? I almost ordered it on-line, but I can't find much info on it.
Eagerly waiting to see less yellow, more green ;-).
>It's fine for your tank. I add 1/4 teaspoon per 20 gallons once
>a week with a 50% weekly water change. This adds roughly 15ppm
>extra of K+.
>It's fine, I used the same brand for a number of years.
> > From: Naomi Mizumoto <naomizu at pacbell_net>
> > Subject: GreenAll Sulphate of Potash...
> > Okay - I KNOW this has probably been discussed to death, but I
> > hope
> > somebody will forgive my laziness and provide me with an
> > answer, here. I
> > bought something called GreenAll brand Sulphate of potash. I
> > presume it's
> > safe to use, but I'm just not sure how to dose. If somebody
> > could give me
> > an amount to use for a known tank size, I can scale it down
> > from there.
> > A few other questions I have are: what does it mean, "soluble
> > potash (K2O)
> > derived from sulfate of potash -------- 50%" ? And should I be
> > worried
> > about the warning (this product contains a chemical known to
> > the State of
> > California to cause cancer, birth defects or other
> > reproductive harm)? Or
> > is this warning more to cover their butts just in case? I
> > can't seem to
> > find MSDS's on specific brands of this compound.
> > Thanks for any replies. My plants will hopefully be looking
> > better after I
> > start them on the potassium.
> > - -Naomi