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Re: [APD] Potassium Test Kit at Aquarium Landscapes
I am mising something here. What have pure reagents to do
with the measurement levels of test kit. I mean, it's not a
qustion of calibration, it's a question of the utility of
Although I admit, being a vet would make someone more
likely to know how to design a chemical test kit for
aquatic gardening. Still, a few ppm is controversial at
best as a recommended K level.
--- "Richard J. Sexton" <richard at aquaria_net> wrote:
> >--- "Richard J. Sexton" <richard at aquaria_net> wrote:
> >> These guys are vets. If they said they made a kit that
> >> works I'd
> >> cetainly be willing to give it a try.
> >I have read that it works by having you compare your
> >sample with two provided comparison vials, so you can
> >if your K level is 1 pmm or 2 ppm or higher.
> As a faithful follower of brother Tom Barr I calibrate
> all incoming
> test kits with pure regents.
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