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In my personal opinion, plants grow best in the water that God rains down on them...pure, clean, and fresh!  If you can, collect rain water for your inside plants.  Just a thought!

i think the ph  6.5 or 6 is good to controll the fungal growth about the salinity im not sure but the ele connectivity should be 1 to 3

It has been said that if you can get distilled water it works well.

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