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Sander wrote:Yep, measure with a TDS meter, if u dont have one or dont want to buy one, and u have enough plants,I'm surrounded by two floor building so sometimes in my street i find a place that is not surrounded by two floor buildings made of brick and trees. Northern BLVD. Or Astoria Blvd. But are you sure the rain water will be clean and won't kill my plants?
U could try to give a few plants the rain water for a month or two, and the rest distilled water, if they respond well to it, u can assume the rainwater is ok, but it wont be 100% fail proof.
tish wrote:Rain water is acidic and can collect alot of minerals from air for the first 10 minutes of heavy rain. And longer for light rain. Best to use TDS meter. Direct answer for your doubtsso should i use a brita, or i don't honestly know where to find a tds meter... thanks for the advice though...
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