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By kittyklaws
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Joined:  Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:13 am
#63083
HarrisAz, You don't have to boil distilled water :) . It's naturally devoid of minerals and chemicals and is fine for you plant :D Even if you boil it, that won't change anything, it'd just be more trouble for you with the heating and cooling. You're plants will be just as happy with regular distilled water :D Good luck!
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By HarrisAz
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Joined:  Tue May 18, 2010 3:53 am
#63096
thanks.just wanna make sure boiled distilled water is good.b4 i put my plants in its medium,i boil the peat and perlite in hot distilled water to avoid algae growing.its kinda like rinsing it
By kittyklaws
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Joined:  Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:13 am
#63099
Oh, so your sterilise it of bacteria, mold, and fungus! :D Cool , just like in Adam's sterile jar method.
By HarrisAz
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Joined:  Tue May 18, 2010 3:53 am
#63157
kittyklaws wrote:Oh, so your sterilise it of bacteria, mold, and fungus! :D Cool , just like in Adam's sterile jar method.
yea.the chances of growing mould,algae.... is less when u sterilise it.esecially when i wanna use it for fridging my plant for dormancy.
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