Does Tap Water Kill Garden Bacteria?   

 

Some people believe that the chemicals used in treating tap water, namely chlorine, will kill or harm the bacteria in their garden soil.  Since bacteria are the base of the food web in your garden it’s important to keep them healthy and happy.  Because of this some gardeners have resorted to filtering their water with costly filtrations systems, or letting it sit out for hours or even days in watering cans to allow the chlorine to evaporate.  But is any of this necessary?  In this video we are shown the painstakingly scientific evaluation of this hypothesis.  The experiment takes place in Alberta Canada, and other areas will have slightly different treatment levels in their water, but the results are not likely to be drastically different from the ones shown in the video.  Hope this helps.

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