Re: H2O

Oliver T Massey CFS (
Mon, 27 Jun 1994 15:46:12 -0400

>> (discussion earlier deleted)
> You could use distilled water, however, what they sell over here as D.water
> is just demineralized water. That's not quite the same, but it will do for
> the plants.
> I think it's much too expensive, so I use the frozen condens from my fridge.
> Modern fridges do de-ice themselves automatically. The melted water is then
> collected and lead to the top of the fridges motor. The heat of the motor
> vaporize it into the air. So you'll never have to worry about anything.
> If you lead the tube to an empty bottle instead, you'll have H2O for free.
> Regards, Wim.

A grower I know gave me a similar suggestion. He uses water condensed from his
central air conditioner. This water is usually collected in a tray under the
unit in the house and runs outside through an overflow pipe. Only shortcoming
might be the amount produced, as water is only produced while the compressor is

Tom in Fl