Thanks, Yippee. I suppose calcium scale is certainly a possibility. Given the cold temperatures, how do I best adjust the CSI? Raise the TA? Pool temp is currently 61F; CSI -0.56 when including the borates.
Thanks, Matt, I appreciate the explanation. This exercise is also helping me better understand my weather station logs. Releasing my inner nerd.Often times you see that kind of ring when a pool fills and then is allowed to evaporate to its normal level. The result is a constant deposition of on the tile and a white "bath tub" ring.
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We had a similar-sized agave in the front yard that bloomed last year. It took three of us and an ATV to remove the carcass. I have to admit the ATV part was fun but it sure left a mess.Oh man, that stinks! I hate those things....would not plant one anywhere in my yard.
For those not familiar - 99.9% of the time, when an agave sends up its shoot, it immediately dies after the flower(s) open and are spent....it's truly an annoying plant because there's no easy way to predict when it will happen and then you have this big giant dead succulent to deal with.
I say plant some smaller cacti there.
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by the way, love your ocotillo in the background. they are beautiful!