Help! Pool Spilled

I have one of those inflatable ring type above ground pools for the kids and all was going well until tonight when my son overfilled it and collapsed the ring.
Yep .... about 400 - 500 gallons of treated pool water flooding my yard and garden. The garden is partially raised bed with a 2X4 border so a total washout didn't occur but it did overflow the wood and a lot of water got into the planting bed.
Question .... will the pool chemicals kill my plants or is the dilution enough to be ok? .... the clorine was about 2 - 3 PPM according to the last test this morning and the PH was about 7.0 - 7.2.
Plants hit are tomato, cabbage, cauliflour, peppers, zucs, and cucumber.
Anything I can do to remediate?
Thanks for your thoughts.
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Assuming that the pool chemicals were at normal levels, it should be no worse than tap water. I have tested tap water in the past and found higher chlorine levels than in my pool. My guess is that you should be OK.
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perfect. you don't have to water for a while, and you will get huge cukes. the grams of chlorine you are worrying about will be buffered millions of times over by the tons of soil affected.
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Mechanical damage, the big wash may have uprooted a few things or exposed some roots. Cover them and press the soil down.
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I concur, when I had a pool a always backwashed the filter onto the lawn, it only made it greener, never a chemical burn anywhere.
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com writes:

If it damages your plants, your concerns should be for the people using the pool! Remember, there should be nothing toxic in the pool since that water does get into people's mouths/eyes/noses continuously.
Must have been a sight, all the water suddenly released.
Glenna
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Glenna Rose wrote:

I can attest to that. Last time I took down an above ground pool I had "had it" to the point of putting my chest waders on, getting in and stabing that sucker with a pitch fork. Great stress relief! ;-)
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Him wrote:

You could always grow Rice :) seriously though, the chlorine (CaOCl) will be less of a problem tha you think, it`ll become inert on contact with soil in seconds, the mas of water would real issue here, leeching all the soil nutrients, whe it dries, you`ll probably have to feed your plants a stronger solutio of a liquid feed than you`de ordinarily use, but they should al survive, it maybe an idea to check if any lower leaves are resting i water patches though, as this could cause fungal problems, other tha that, just let nature do the rest and pray it doesn`t rain for a whil :
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snipped-for-privacy@optonline.net writes:

Thank you, Steve, for a hearty laugh!
Yesterday was not one of my better days. I visited my grandmother in a nursing home four hours from me. The truly tragic part of all this is that it didn't have to be this way. Nearly two years ago, I found a truly wonderful foster home for her three miles from me that could care for her until hospitalization was needed. However, my mother is a control freak and doesn't care about what is best, only what she wants. The result of this is the my grandmother lays on a bed all day or sits in a wheelchair, crying continuously, with my mother who lives only 10 miles from her, seeing her every week or two. My grandmother, after all she has done for her family, is warehoused until she dies. Sadly, I have no legal rights in all of this as long as my mother is alive.
You can see the visual given from your email and the resulting belly laugh was a very good thing! Thank you, again.
Glenna (Yes, my grandmother has always been a wonderful gardener and grew things that were the envy of all around her. I wish so much she lived near me, she would enjoy my garden so very much, even from a wheelchair.)
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