Satsuma Trees

A/C Condensation Used for Plants

Anonymous added on July 24, 2011 | Answered

I was wondering if the water that comes from the air conditioning condenser coils is harmful when used in gardening? Our home A/C unit produces about 10 gallons of water per day during the summer, and I have been collecting it and using it to water a satsuma tree and a cantaloupe plant. Should I be concerned about any kind of contamination or harmful effects in the fruit?

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Answered on July 25, 2011

Air conditioner condensation water is almost the same as rain water. They both come from the moisture in the air. So you are doing fine. I use the moisture from our window units for my roses.

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