ike
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Using sump pump water to water garden

I wondered if anyone knows wether I can use the sump pump water that comes from the house to water my plants. It is just groung water so I figured it should be ok but I thought I better see if anyone else does it.
Thanks

opabinia51
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I don't think that it would be a problem. People use greywater systems and that works fine so, I wouldn't think that your sump pump water would be detrimental to the plants.

You might want to check with your local municipality bylaws on using the water though.

The Helpful Gardener
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Hey Connecticut says I can't use a rainbarrel without a permit; unliscensed diversion... :evil:

Of course use the water... :twisted:

HG

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