Step 4: plant something and look at it, or eat it later!

Now you can plant whatever you want.  I'm going to grow tomatoes in this pot.  I have another couple of jugs which I am undecided about as of yet.

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? I know that 'bleach/chlorine decomposes in swimming pools when exposed to sunlight...so am wondering if you just expose the water to sun if that would take care of your chlorine issue. good luck <br>
Possibly. I'm really not sure. I don't know how long it takes to get rid of the chlorine either if it's left in the sun... I should look that up.
If you leave your water in an open container for 24 hours, sun light or not, the chlorine will &quot;evaporate&quot;. I do this when I change the water in my fish tank (30+ years) and not lost a fish to chlorine poisoning. I usually just let a 5 gallon bucket of tap water sit a few days and then do a partial water change (small tank). Completely a different topic, but hey, they relate to the need for non-chlorinated water.

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