My new home uses a geothermal water system, so the sulfur levels are high (based on the lovely rotten-egg smell). I've read that sulfur can be really good for plants, but I'm wary about the amounts I'll be using, or if there are certain types of plants I should avoid using this water on.
If I need to be careful about sulfur levels, how can I measure it? (Cold water from my tap is just city water, so the warmer I make it, the higher levels of sulfur will be in the water.) Additionally, It's now spring where I'm at (Pacific Northwest), and I'm getting ready to fertilize - should I take my type of water into consideration when purchasing and using a fertilizer?
Here are some of the plants I have: Swedish Ivy, Monstera, Chinese Fan Palm, Angel-wing begonia, Spider plant, and Jade (and a large variety of other succulents).