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 What plants will survive next to a salt water pool?

Answer All salt water plants will survive. Plants such as Sea holly, turtle grass. Here are some saltwater plants. Red Mangrove Propagule Shaving Brush Plant Halimeda Plant Kelp on Rock, Smooth Leaf... Read More »
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Can the 'boatmen' swimming pool bugs survive in a salt water pool?

Yes they can also live in the Ocean, But they cannot stay in a properly balanced pool for longThey seem to survive in salt water pools for their normal "season" refardless of water balance or condi... Read More »
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When backwashing a salt water pool will the water kill plants and flowers?

Answer Ok, the answer is yes, depending on what plants you are talking about, if you are talking about epsom salts that is a good thing for some plants. Also magnesium, and try to direct your pool ... Read More »
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Is the water in a salt water pool harder on surrounding plants than traditional chlorine pools?

%REPLIES% Answer Saline systems being sold today operate on a pool water salinity of only 3000ppm or so. Older systems used higher salinities - 4000-6000ppm. Considering ones tears are only approx ... Read More »
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What are the major benefits of salt water pools over chlorinated ones if you suffer from psoriasis and research suggests that it would be better to have a salt water pool?

Answer For one reason, saltwater pools use a special salt to keep your pool clean without the irritating burn of chlorinated pool water that you accidentally get in your eyes sometimes. Another rea... Read More »
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