Ive searched around a bunch understand there is an atomic weight difference with kcl vs nacl and that technically you would need more kcl (via brine solution) if going 100% of either. However what i am after is there anything that needs to be done with using a mixture of the two? Why one might ask? I get free salt for the next few years, potassium is expensive compared to salt and the spigot the wife uses to water the outdoor plants is softened. We are testing now with just salt, current belief is plants will die but I know it wont be overnight and may or may not happen. I would like to understand how to handle the addition of potassium to the brine take. Would first start with a 50-50 mixutre and adjust from there. If over time its determined we need to be 100% potassium so be it. Any insight if i need to change anything at all whilst testing different ratios? Then as a side, if not once i have my ratio is there a process to get the device to be as efficient as possible? The entire intent is to allow the boss to water with the spigot right where the plants live instead of having to make 10 trips with a bucket.