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Re: Bap 10


From the figures below, you should be able to figure just about any
conversion you might need.

1 liter = 0.264 gal (3.785 liter = 1 gal), gal is 4 quarts,
1 liter = 1.057 qt (0.946 liter = 1 qt)  each quart is 32 oz, 1 liter = 1000
1 liter =  33.81 oz (0.0296 liter = 1 oz = 29.57 milliliters)
1 ml  = 0.03381 oz
so 1 cup = 8 oz  = 236.56 ml
so 1 pint = 16 oz = 473.12 ml
so 1 qt  =   32 oz = 946.24 ml'

The one I always remember is that 1 once is about 29 milliliters.

Jim Anderson

----- Original Message -----
From: Beth Arnold <seabeth@heart.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>; hosta list
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 2:50 PM
Subject: Bap 10

> I would like to discuss the above subject, especially in relation to Ed
> Elslager's articles in the most recent AHS Hosta Journal.    I do hope
> everyone has their journal by now.  I received my copy at the Chicago
> meeting this past weekend.
> At the risk of sounding ignorant, there are terms in Mr. Elslager's
> that I am only somewhat familiar with and would like to educate myself
> adequately so I might be comfortable with these terms.  I read and reread
> the article with my botany dictionary at my side.  Problem:  Once you look
> up enough terms and then are confronted with the term again you begin to
> wonder which definition you read in regard to it.  I feel, as with
> you are more apt to remember a word, or term, when you use it often.  Like
> with any word or term we learn as we become educated, thought is not
> necessary when we hear it because it is familiar and we simply accept it.
> I am not at home and do not have my journal here so if anyone on line
> to start, please step in.  There are many terms in the article, IMO, that
> are worth discussing.  I would also like to know who has purchased BAP 10
> and intends to use it?  I purchased a four ounce bottle and intend to use
> on selected hosta.  Namely, my own introduction so I might begin sales in
> the year 2001.  I also have a few other slow growers in my garden that I
> feel warrant this treatment.  I am presently making a list of those
> I intend to use the 1000 dilution dosage.  That is as soon as I figure out
> how much of the cytokinin to use.  I am also not good with terms such as
> milliliter.  Where do I look for a conversion chart to ounces?
> Now, one other thing, please keep your responses in laymen's terms so we
> all understand the discussion.  It is easy to read a definition from a
> dictionary but to explain that definition might take some doing.  In my
> case, I sometimes feel I am at kindergarten level without the advantage of
> young mind.  This may take some thought on the part of those with degrees
> hort, biology, or botany,  but please bear with those of us who are just
> learning or have little knowledge of these terms.  We also need those
> educated in this terminology to explain or discuss these definitions.
> I also realize this may not be a short term undertaking but over the long
> term, for those who have an interest, hopefully this will be of benefit to
> many of us.  I hope others feel compelled to discuss this topic with me.
> Thank you.
> Beth Arnold
> Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
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