Ed's calculation is correct, as 11 grams of such a dilute solution will have
a density of about 1g/ml, meaning 11ml/gallon. And as a teaspoon is about 5
ml, 11/5=2.2 teaspoons to get 200ppm nitrogen.
If your plants are doing great at about 50, why do you want to go to 200?
Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids
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| Hi All,
| I have been giving my orchids 1/2 teaspoon Dyna 7-7-7/gal for some
| and all is well and good. I want to give them 200ppm of nitrogen so
| according to First Rays fert. calculator I need to use just over 2
| teaspoons, thats .365grams or 2.19tea to be exact. Does this sound right??