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Above .25% will start to affect plants.

This conversion table says .1% is the equivalent of 1000 ppm.

Percent to ppm number conversion: calculator and how to convert.

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Thank you!

Above .25% will start to affect plants.

This conversion table says .1% is the equivalent of 1000 ppm.

## Percent (%) to ppm conversion calculator | number conversion

Percent to ppm number conversion: calculator and how to convert.www.rapidtables.com

Above .25% will start to affect plants.

This conversion table says .1% is the equivalent of 1000 ppm.

## Percent (%) to ppm conversion calculator | number conversion

Percent to ppm number conversion: calculator and how to convert.www.rapidtables.com

So I’m at 0.0126% right now. Any idea how much salt I should add to get to 0.1%?

haha. Math. Errrrr....

Any idea how many cups or pounds you've added?

Any idea how many cups or pounds you've added?

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I mean essentially it's between 7.5 and 8 times more to get from .0126 to .1. But without knowing what got you to where you are it's hard to say how much more.

Or you could figure it as 1 pound per 100 gallons is .1%, so you need a total of 21 lbs for your 2100 gallon pond - assuming measurements are correct. So if you know what you already added you'd have a starting point.

And please - I am definitely not a pond salt expert OR a math whiz... just using the old calculator here!

Hopefully it will help you figure it out

I added 15 cups of salt but that was about a month ago and I do partial water change every week. Probably about 10-20% pumped out on the water change.haha. Math. Errrrr....

Any idea how many cups or pounds you've added?

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Where do you dump your water when you change it?

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