Watering Plants

Using Soft Water on Lawn

Anonymous added on June 3, 2011 | Answered

I live in Phoenix, AZ where not everyone has a lawn and most here are from somewhere else, where their lawns were much different. I had a water softener installed in our house (it did NOT come with a 'softener loop plumbed in' originally) and the only place to plumb it in now was on the 'whole house' inlet. Which means ALL spigots are soft EXCEPT my front yard spigot outside, which is before the tap for softener. Well the backyard is also ALL fed with softened water. We just installed sod (Midiron type) in the backyard. What is going to be the downside to watering this lawn and all of my wife's NEW plants she will be planting in a new flower box area?

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Answered on June 4, 2011
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