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Old 05-14-2011, 02:18 AM
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Mold is very likely, even more so inside than outside. Anywhere you have air, the spores can travel. Under the right heat and humidity levels the spores will germinate. Growing inside your much more likely to be providing the best conditions for the spores to germinate. There's all kinds of mold/fungus, some attack wood and household framing, some grow on just about anything, some will only grow on certain types of plants. You can use a good quality air filtration system to filter airborne spores if it's a problem in your area (like a hepa filter). You want a filter with an absolute micron size of 1 micron to trap spores. Sometimes they have used hepa air filters at the thrift stores here for about $20-$30.
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