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    i just got my first venus flytraps.. i have read the savage garden but i still need to know if D.I. water is ok to use or does it still have salt and minerals in it. thanks

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    D.I.?
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    If DI means De-Ionized water, it should be fine for your CPs.

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    Welcome to the forums! By "D.I. water" are you referring to distilled or Deionized water? Distilled water, typically may be purchased in a grocery store and is what most people use. D.I. is what people, such as myself, refer to as an abbreviation for Deionized water - which is purer than distilled. I work in an environmental laboratory and have free access to Deionized water. Both are good.

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    sorry.. when i said D.I. water i ment de-ionized water. my wife works in a micro-biology lab and has access to it.. thanks for the replies...

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    Ah, we speak the same language! Yes, Deionized is great! We have a micro depatment at our lab.

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