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Melted Snow for Plant Water

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by OhioGrown, Feb 2, 2007.


    OhioGrown Well-Known Member

    i heard that you can use melted snow for plant water..... i am just wondering if anyone else can second that info, and does anyone know the ph level of snow???

    also what is the ph. level that i want the soil/water to be???

    i heard plants love melted snow

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    I would think it depends where you live.If your in the mountains the ph and usability would be more likely usable verses New York or Chicago snow.Similiar to acid rain.More pollution higher the levels and contaiminates

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    very good question. i would think if you lived in a clean, say mountainy, enviroment it would be better than tap water. i've heard snow works EXCELLENT to make bubble hash.

    Blazin24/7 Well-Known Member

    We use rain water and snow water it is slightly acidity... hence acid rain... so you need a ph tester, but it has a good supply of nitrogen to your veg. plants.... our seem to love it... we don't fertilize alot since using the rain/snow H2O. Hope that helps ya it hasn't killed any of mine yet. :mrgreen:
    </IMG> Yeah I have to say we live in the very northern part of NY/ on the Vermont boarder, so we don't have alot of polution here!

    Seedlessone Well-Known Member

    It would take a shit ton of snow to water 5 gallon pots....

    OhioGrown Well-Known Member

    sweet thanks for the info people

    Spittn4cash Well-Known Member

    thats what im using..up here in cleveland we got plenty of that..but im sure u already know!..hey did u hear its supposed to get down to -2 F here in ohio, and thats not including the wind chill... were gonna get a lot more snow this weekend..

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