Re: Brita

Peter Cole (
Sat, 08 Jul 1995 01:12:04 GMT

Michael Hasemann writes:

> as far as I know, Brita Filters, are based on active carbon filters.
> They, probably, do a good job on organic compounds. I would not
> expects to much for salts.
> BTW: Brita filters have been quite recently in discussion due to
> possible mold growth within the filter and possible health risks
> (not for the plants but for the human end user).

Brita make a range of filters, some for general (drinking,) use
and some for more specialist uses. The 'Aquaflor' is the one I
use (costs about 2.5 pence/pint)

Happy growing,


-damned heatwave's coming back...