ammonia & etc. fertilizer... how much?
I found this recipe for lawn fertilizer and was wondering if, since I am not much good at doing math, could someone please help me break this down as to how much of it to place into ONE 32 fluid ounce hose-end sprayer; the kind that comes with pre-mixed weed and feed type container that attaches to a garden hose. (like the ones that can be bought at Walmart & etc.) I read that ammonia is pure nitrogen. I need to be careful not to burn my lawn, which is why I am asking for help. I do not need 32 gallons of it. I just want enough of it to go into a 32 fluid ounce container and be able to use my garden hose attached to it. Thanks.
To make 32 gallons/145 liters
16 tablespoons Epsom salts
8 fl. oz/225ml household ammonia
Combine the Epsom salts and ammonia in a clean jar. To use, mix 2 tablespoons of the mixture with 16 pints/ 9 liters of water in a watering can. Sprinkle over 150-200 sqft/14-18.6 sqm of lawn. For use with a hose attachment, pour into the sprayer container.