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Anyone have one of these?  I bought one on the Q and have a question. It said to put 8 ml of the liquid fertilizer in the water. Just how much is 8 ml. I Googled it, but had different answers.

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8 milliliters is equal to 8 cubic centimeters or CC's which is a liquid metric measurement. 

 

Use a syringe from a drug store -- you might find the medicinal spoons for children to use which has the measurements on the side of the plastic spoon.

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@shiningstar wrote:

Anyone have one of these?  I bought one on the Q and have a question. It said to put 8 ml of the liquid fertilizer in the water. Just how much is 8 ml. I Googled it, but had different answers.


about 1.5 teaspoons

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a friend has one of those and uses it in the winter it looks so useful

 

 

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8 ml is almost 1 table spoon... it won't hurt if you go under or over by a little.. You can also use those NyQuil caps......Just remember to shake the bottle real good before you pour it out! I'm about ready to get my first batch of cherry tomatoes from mine!