The calc does offer mg, g and tsp/caps under "the result of your dose". I guess you have to fool with converting the recommended EI dose that way - takes about a minute to do.
Hey Gardeners. Sorry -- I've been away from the hobby and forums for a while. I haven't done much with this project either.
But your new posts are now issue lists! Let's work down them and add cool stuff. https://github.com/flores/yet-anothe...ted&state=open
Will make progress and update. You know how it is Keep the requests and suggestions coming here or on the issues list above.
Thanks Thanks for continuing to use the calc too. Our usage continues to look great though we've now tipped over: we get more returning visitors than new visitors. Kind of cool!
Guys, guys, hey guys, guys: pssssssssssst: I'm pushing some stuff to a new domain and hoping to keep making some time for updates before Plantbrain's talk at AGA on November 1st. Not much time! I'd really like to get something together so he can show an example for something like, "Folks, look how easy this is. Fertilizing is easy!" If you want to help, lets collaborate in this thread (new ideas welcome! working through the current ideas!) and the source code: https://github.com/flores/yet-anothe...ent-calculator
http://rota.la -- don't float it around too much yet. The site will be flakey until at least AGA. But please use it for testing.
Wet, you need to add a pH/KH/CO2 table and cal also.
pH drop vs a know starting pH(100% degas, at equilibrium with the air). Also might be good idea.
I like the pH drop correlating to CO2 idea, but I think bringing the chart back and promoting it might be too ancient for the hobby? My thought is that most folks get confused that there can be different buffers in the water supply, and so depend on the chart blindly and trust that number more than plant health as a proxy for CO2. Am I missing the goal of this new calculator? What do you think?