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by syl726 on April 22, 2004 11:07 PM
A co-workers stated that she always water her plants with water that's been sitting out at least 24 hours. She keeps two, one gallon jugs in opposite corners in her living room where her plants. They are behind two of here plants. She wonders if the water from these jugs are producing any humidity in that room that the plants could benefit from?
by Will Creed on April 23, 2004 04:08 AM
Open containers of water that expose a lot of water surface to the air will raise the humidity somewhat in the immediate vicinity, but not for the entire room.

Tell you co-worker that nearly all of the common houseplants do not require increased humidity. If she is having difficulty with any of her plants, it is not because of low humidity.

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