1. Remove manually all algae, leaves and other debris left over from the season before. This is crucial because an excess of decaying debris will add to the nutrient levels and the algae in the pond.If after you have removed all debris you still find you are having problems with algae you can use products like more
1. Clean out your pond, whether that means a full clean-out or rinsing things off.
If you are in an area that has a lot of wind and rain you can expect that everything has landed in your pond. This can also include runoff from your roof. If you can net everything out then you
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Although there is no such thing as Raccoon season seems like late spring to early summer is the prime time for us to hear.. “A raccoon ate all my fish what can I do?”
Although there are a few things you can do after your pond is already built, the time to really think about it is in the planning stage of your pond.
To start we have to think about the physical attributes of the critter.
Tilapia For Aquaponic Systems Los Angeles, CA with your favorite pond guy Jeff Kite.
Tilapia for Aquapoics Gardens are truly the best source of food for your Aquaponics Garden.
Tilapia is the common name for nearly a hundred species of cichlid fish from the tilapiine cichlid tribe. Tilapia are mainly freshwater fish inhabiting shallow streams, ponds, rivers and lakes and less commonly found living in brackish water. Learn
No pond is complete without a Hi Fin Banded Shark. We’ve recently started importing these fascinating, peaceful fish from China.
As a juvenile, the Hi Fin Banded Shark has striking contrasting colors and an inspiringly high dorsal fin. As an adult, these colors fade. In the wild, this fish
So your pond is dirty. Leaves, debris have gotten out of hand, so you decide to do what we call a “drain and clean”. Whether you do it yourself or have a professional do it for you, you may still experience your pond turning green. This is a normal thing that can happen as your pond must balance all over again. If you’ve got some green water showing up in your pond