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Let's pretend I built a greenhouse, and in that greenhouse I built a pond.
Now, if I were to pump the water from the pond into an overhead watering system for the plants in said greenhouse, that water should eventually seep through the soil. So if I collected that water at the bottom of the planters and had it flow back into the pond, would there be any need for additional filtration?
I know I'll have to add water every now and again, but that's not a problem. I just want to know if I would need more filtration than just soil and rocks.
Maintaining humidity indoor
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Hi DIY,happy new year and all!
OK, here's the deal, I live in Montreal, where it gets quite cold in the winter. As a result, we heat up the appartment, which gets the air drier then a retired whore's cunt.
I have a humidifier, and it's rolling on nearly all the time. The problem is that it's either too dry (throat hurts, dust everywhere), ou it gets so humid, that we get fog on the windows.
How can I maintain an appropriate level of humidity in the home, any ideas?
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Hello. I would like to get a thread going with the topic: Vigilante/hero.-> This means, I would like information on what skills a guy who roams the streets would need (for example, lockpicking, smoke grenades, etc). Or, you know, gadgets and tools and skills a man could learn (interested in lockpicking, for instance. Oh, and creating an utility belt/gadgets. O don't intend on acting like a vigilante. I just want the skills, you know?