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Old 04-04-2003, 11:32 AM
John_john
 
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Default A garden watering question

Anyone know what is the highest temperature water the roots of plants
can take without killing the plant ?

What I want to do is recycle wash water right from the machine to the
garden as the machine is pumping the wash water out. I would try
pumping water from the wash if its set on warm/cold but not pumping
onto the garden a hot/cold wash setting.

I'm just wondering if even a warm/cold setting is too warm for roots
to take. Ever try such a thing ??? Advice welcomed. Thank you.
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