Can I use the water from a fish pond to water plants in the soil? I have to do a partial water change because of high nitrates and wondered if I could use that water for my garden?



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    Reusing water from a fish pond can be used to water plants. It may have less oxygen but it will have nutrients in it. It is a good way to reuse water. A system, called aquaponics, could make a self-sustaining closed system. The fish live in the fishpond and that water becomes enriched by fish waste which is used to water plants. The water drains out and is delivered back to the pond

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