I grow stuff like hot peppers or reef corals and I make stuff.
Sep 11, Here's a recipe: Dissolve 10 grams in 1 liter of fresh water. That 10 grams contains grams of nitrate, so that solution is 6, ppm nitrate.
If you add 1 ml of the solution per 2 gallons of tank water volume, that will boost nitrate by ppm treeclear.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. May 28, So ive read the first 6 pages and its just not clear how to mix up the stump remover.
Is it 1 tablespoon per 1 measured cup 8 oz or is it solo cup 12oz? It depends how concentrated you want your mixture. You can do 8oz and it will mix just fine (that's what I did).Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Jan 04, So first step is to prepare your solution (KNO3 weight and RODI volume are the inputs in yellow) and then once you have that, second step is how much of that you will be dosing in the tank (water volume is the tank total water volume estimate and KNO3 solution dose is how many cc you will dose of the solution you made in the first step, again inputs in yellow).Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.
Sep 12, Question about Spectracide Stump Remover dosing. Thread I also run a mixed reef although primarily SPS and all of my LPS lack in areas that I'm sure a little nitrate would help them in. Once confirmed I will then push towards finding a"fix" that doesn't involve me risking blowing up my tank. Reply Like Reply. Reactions: twilliard. Sep 12 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Oct 29, 3. Begin dosing Nitrogen directly into your system.
Spectracide Stump Remover = KNo3 (Potassium Nitrate). 2 tbs of spectracide x 2 cups of water. Mix thoroughly and stir until clear. Store in air-tight container for later use.
4. Dose accordingly, starting slowly at ml (especially for smaller tanks) until your NO3 levels begin to rise. Aug 01, Here is how to do that: Crush up about 1//4 TSP of the Potassium Nitrate beads into as fine of a powder as you can (we want 1/4 tsp of powder) with a mortar and pestle or the back of a spoon. Measure out ml of RODI (ml will work fine). Feb 08, Add 2 tablespoons of the Sump Remover (granules) in a plastic cup of RODI water. Use that to dose approximately one milliliter per ten gallons of aquarium water.
Then test and adjust accordingly. Although this is a very simple approach, I had an uneasy feeling which kept me from slapping a quick dilution together and dumping it in. May 31, Keep testing and dosing daily until you achieve desired nitrate level. Increase dose daily if you don’t do nitrate testing daily to begin with. Or at least that’s what I do since I don’t care to do the math. This keeps my nitrates at ppm pretty steady. Smaller volume tank be very very careful with overdosing, I’m talking in drops.
The truth is almost all of them are mixotrophic and have some variable level of heterotrophic need for organic carbon.
Aug 01, Sodium nitrate here. Got a 1lb pharma grade off amazon. Mix 30g with ml of rodi and dose 30ml/day to reach 10ppm no3 in my g system. 30ml is divided into 24 daily doses.