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Originally Posted by djembekah
it says 2 teaspoons for ten gallons
math :P

Ok here I go lol. i tried this 3 different ways got the same answer. I'm going to explain the simplest form.
Since 10ml = 2 teaspoons per 10 gallon. You divide 10ml/10 you get a direct answer of 1ml per gallon.
You convert 1ml into decimal, which i advice using calculator because manually its LONG lol. you conclude with a number eventually with .20 with a bunch of numbers. you do not round the number. Once you have your decimal in place you convert that into fraction or you can just for easier purposes again use a calculator. Now heres the tricky part.
You get a indecisive answer of 1/24 teaspoon for your 1 gallon. So i had to break this down.
1/10 of every teaspoon is half of 1/4 which is 1/8. so since the answer is 1/24... you add 1/8 to 1/8... because again 1/10 of every teaspoon is 1/8. then you simplify the answer to that gives you a definitive answer of 1/4 teaspoon. =)
So according to this formula your recommended amount for your 1 gallon is 1/4 teaspoon. Unfortunately I cannot tell you how many drops that is as my Aqueon bottle doesn't have a drop top but pours out.
I hope this helps. Math is tricky and so are these formulas lol. But i figured it was 1/4 because your dosage requirement is 2x the amount of mine. I use 1/8 dosage so i kinda just figured it out by doubling it.