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Old 01-27-2010, 01:32 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Misting plants indoors??

I agree, some lime is excellent, but here it is so bad that if for some reason you get a slow leak in your plumbing, the lime buildup, once it comes in contact with the air, will actually "heal" it. About two or three feet down under the topsoil, we have solid limestone bedrock in some areas. The water coming out is incredibly "base" on the ph scale also. The lime will set up soil hard, so we pretty much have to use rain or lake water in the summer to water plants. As far as the crayfish in our yard, mother nature has other ideas for them... it's called frost that goes down 4 or 5 feet in the winter.
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