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Re: MMS fails to control fungal growth in water.
 
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Re: MMS fails to control fungal growth in water.


...aha...another tool in the toolbox!

on order...and avail via Amazon pipeline..ez peazy.
[thanks for the "fish"!..was getting very annoyed with
groping in the dark ...trying to find the black cat
of a clue as to what is going on...] The test strips
should be a bit of illumination of this puzzle.

in the process of gathering nuts and berries
regarding ClO2..bemused to discover that
the MAX concentration allowed in veggy debugging
is a mere 5 ppm. ...
the "...effective and safe at .5
ppm" raised an eyebrow. That's some strong mojo going
there...

----cut...paste...spill glue on keyboard...

Chlorine dioxide is effective and safe at concentrations of 0.5 to 5 ppm
in solution. The maximum allowable concentration for contacting produce
with chlorine dioxide solution is 5 ppm. This level has been chosen
by the NFPA (National Food Processors Association) and
The FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

https://www.msu.edu/~brook/publications/aeis/aeis654.htm


 

 
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