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http://www.h2odoctors.com Referred to as Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) this is a measurement of all the other materials that are dissolved in the water that neither a softener nor iron filtration device will touch. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsUsing GrowGrips In Your Aquaponic or Hydroponic SystemWatering Your Tower GardensThe Benefits Of Green RoofsDwc hydroponic watermelon,cantaloupe, squash 6/12Grow Tower level maxHow to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardening

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7 Comments

  • Stephen Cook 9 months ago

    Your knowledge of basic water chemistry wouldn't fill the back of a postage stamp.

  • 40thparallel 9 months ago

    you dont want complete RO water for coffee you need certain TDS to hold flavor or coffee will taste flat….

  • awc222 9 months ago

    That is within the recommended levels. 

  • Frédéric Berthelot 9 months ago

    nice teabagging
    

  • Bob Richter 9 months ago

    Your level of dissolved solids is well below the EPA suggested level of treatment. One can always do better as know one knows from one day to the next exactly is a part of the 50-70PPM. If all of it was arsenic,aluminum or lead you certainly would want to treat it. Reverse Osmosis technology indiscriminately removes most everything. Totally your call.

  • nature lover2020 9 months ago

    nice
    

  • Bob Richter 9 months ago

    glad you could use it. where do you go school?