I was wondering if air brewed compost tea should not be made with chlorinated water then what effects will watering the lawn with chlorinated city water have on benificial microbial life/good bacteria in the soil?
That was in my thread and he never posted that, do you have any links to one of those? I tried google but didn't know if I was finding the right things. But anyways after reading "Teaming with Microbes" I noticed they mention in the book that when you use a sprinkler it aerates and gasses of the chlorine before it hits the ground. So I don't even know if I really need the filter for just straight watering purposes.applestar wrote:Can't find it now but someone asked about using a siphon gadget to spray diluted ACT with outdoor tap water, and HG said the chlorine would kill the microbes before they hit the ground. OP (I think) posted a link for all-around water filter for an RV, and HG posted a link for (I think) one of those in-line high-volume Chemical reaction (Copper-Zinc alloy) Chlorine filter for garden use. He said you don't want to filter out everything.