Here is the rundown.
or TT, or Your Range Sample
Contaminants MRDLG MRDL Water Low High Date Violation Typical Source
Disinfectants & Disinfection By-Products
(There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.)
Chlorine (as Cl2) (ppm) 4 4 0.62 0.56 1.13 2008 No Water additive used to control
NA 60 3.8 ND 3.8 2007 No By-product of drinking water
Barium (ppm) 2 2 0.091281 0.03
2008 No Discharge of drilling wastes;
Discharge from metal
refineries; Erosion of natural
Chromium (ppb) 100 100 1 ND 1 2005 No Discharge from steel and pulp
mills; Erosion of natural
Fluoride (ppm) 4 4 1.14 0.41
1.14 2008 No Erosion of natural deposits;
Water additive which
promotes strong teeth;
Discharge from fertilizer and
Selenium (ppb) 50 50 1.684 0.67
1.684 2008 No Discharge from petroleum
and metal refineries; Erosion
of natural deposits; Discharge
Volatile Organic Contaminants
75 75 0.722 ND 0.722 2008 No Discharge from industrial
Xylenes (ppm) 10 10 0.00145 ND 1.45 2008 No Discharge from petroleum
factories; Discharge from
Your Sample # Samples Exceeds
Contaminants MCLG AL Water Date Exceeding AL AL Typical Source
Lead - action level at
consumer taps (ppb)
0 15 1 2007 0 No Corrosion of household
plumbing systems; Erosion of
The part of the water report you need is mainly made up with what are typically called the in house tests and are mainly a test of what water treatment officials and the EPA call nuisance concentration tests. You need the concentrations of the following in ppm or mg/L; chlorine*, iron*, alkalinity (as CaCO2), hardness (as CaCO2), manganese*, sulfate*, copper, Boron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium *. The chemicals/minerals with stars they are requaired to take and the others are suggested to be tested. They are alos required to test pH. All required tests have amximum contaminant levels that can not be exceeeded or they n must pay heavy fines. The pH must be within a set range also. Most of these things are either macro nutrients, secondary nutrients or micro nutrients. The list you provided many has relevance for drinking water rather than with plant nutrient water.
For anyone to give any advice or say your water is crappy etc with out having knowlege of the above elements from your water report is merely talking out their butt. Your TDS could actually be a balanced mix of salts or just a high lakalinity from a typical lime based water softening often done by water treatment plants. This would merely man a high level of carbonates which would not make a poor water for nutrients but it would merely cause a higher initial EC/TDS/ppm reading as well as a higher mixed nutrient EC/TDS/ppm reading.
Also do not order one of those crappy RODI filters for which Earl posted a link. In fact never consider buying a system that has any horizontal filters other than an RO membrane. Never buy a filter that has a disposable combination housing and filter like the DI resin filters show. Those filters Earl recommends are only cheap filters because they are made of the cheapest and lowest quality materials available. Compare those filters to these filters from "The Filter Guys." http://www.thefilterguys.biz/ro_di_systems.htm
Although they do offer one RODI system with a cheezy horizontal DI resin filter all the other filters are high quality and the RO membranes are Dow Filmtech which are rated as the best performing small membranes available. You pay a little more for The Filter Guy's filters but the quality is much better. The filter housings themselves are worth two to three times what the cheap housings are worth from the other site.
One has to consider that although city tap water is often full of chemicals from industry it is usually water mainly taken fron surface sources such as rivers, lakes and reservoirs so it usually has low TDS. Whereas well water is usually harder water, meaning it is loaded up with calcium and calcium carbonates as well as salts such as nitrogen based salts, phosphorus and phosphates, manganese and sulfates as well as iron as the water has perculated through both organic and minerals soils before entering the water aquifer. Therefore where as urban surface water sources produce poorer drinking water, well water is usually poorer water for mixing up nutrient water. Most water in rural farming communities is loaded with nutrients due to live stock nutrients from manure and chemical fertilizers from farm fields entering the water supplies. Alaska's ground water really sucks and it is mainly undeveloped land in Alaska.
In regard to a sated opinion on whether your water is good enough for micro mix or hard water micromix. That is another ludicrous remark as the only difference between micro and hard water micro is that micro has less calcium and a little less nitrogen and you posted no data in regard to what your calcium level or nitrogen level might be. As I just wrote your TDS could be any conductive salt. Heck you might even have awter softener you did not mention and then likely the TDS would all be caused by sodium.
Provide more information and you will recieve help of higher quality and of more assistance. The quality of any recommendations can ony be based upon the amount of information provided.