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Re: OT: Weather/Drought watering

From: Iarejan@aol.com

HI all,
    HOORAY!!   This coming week a break in the sweltering heat...back down to 
mid-80's   Also regarding draught/grey water...I've never heard of using 
washwater and
such (used water?) to water plants in case of drought.   Isn't there some 
concern about the detergents/chemicals or whatever that would get into the 
soil and mess with the iris' health?   Or would the soap help the bug 

Janet Natale
zon e8 of SC where we're REALLY tired of making "heat index" part of our 
everday conversation

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