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Tips to Go Green... by [email protected]
Yo, if you really want to know some great ways to go green it takes a bit of research. (well it did for me) Then, I found this article on squidoo: http://www.squidoo.com/agreenlife .. Wish I had found it before...
June 22nd 08 09:32 PM
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vacuum leak by [email protected]
Hi, I have a fluid art challenger system running against our pond. I suspect I have a vacuum leak somewhere since the pump starves for water after about 10-12hrs. Any pointers on how one can diagnose the problem? No apparent water leaks while the system is running. TIA
June 1st 08 11:06 PM
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Working Garden Watermills by B.J.J.[_2_]
Hi Just a follow up to the Garden Watermill posting. There appears to be some interest judging by the number of views in the short period of time of the posting. To further the interest anyone wishing to view the watermills can do so at www.unique-garden-features.co.uk The watermill shown is...
April 28th 08 05:17 PM
by B.J.J.[_4_] Go to last post
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My goldfish have got finrot, tailrot by [email protected]
Hi I've noticed recently that a couple of my fish (goldfish) have lost their tails. I'm assuming this is tailrot\finrot. I've googled the subject and discovered that it's quite easy to treat by medicine and a partial water change but is there anything else I can do to make sure it doesn't happen...
April 15th 08 03:25 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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pond and stream pumps by ady
Can any one help? I have built my pond 8' long, 6'wide and 2' deep. I am also building a stream which when complete will be approx 80' long. The height from the pond to the waterfall at the begining of the stream is only about 6'. So my question is! Would I only need a pump with a safe head of say...
March 27th 08 03:10 PM
by Jthread Go to last post
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Lymphocystis? by Mel
We're having a bit of a pond disaster at the moment and I'm hoping for some tips. We had 10 goldfish/shubumkins in our pond but gradually they have all died over the past year one by one. We now only have one left. The pond is about 5 feet wide and 8 feet long and ranges from 3 -5 feet in depth....
March 26th 08 05:42 PM
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Unable to fit flex PVC with coupling by [email protected]
I bought some flexible PVC pipe to connect to my pump and filter. However, I am having problem to connect it with the normal PVC coupling, due to the surface of the flexible PVC pipe is not as smooth as a PVC pipe. I have a hard time to push the pipe inside the coupling. Does anyone have similar...
February 25th 08 02:17 AM
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Cleaner water through nanotechnology by [email protected]
Tiny particles of pure silica coated with an active material could be used to remove toxic chemicals, bacteria, viruses, and other hazardous materials from water much more effectively and at lower cost than conventional water purification methods, according to...
February 20th 08 04:01 PM
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Aquarium chemistry by Stumpy
I set up a small aquarium and used de-chlor. Waited a week and bought a goldfish. After one week it had Ich, used malachite green and raised tank temperature to 80 deg., it recovered. Then at it's 2 week mark the goldfish looked ill and had its tail corroding - I assumed with tailrot. Took a...
February 19th 08 11:00 PM
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long-time rec.ponders: hose filter to remove ammonia by Wendy
Hi Ann, Long time since I've been here! Hadn't you moved away from Houston? Anyway, it might have been my post? When I had city water with chlorimine in it, I used to attach a water filter to the end of my garden hose and just let it trickle through the filter to add water. Not the cheapest...
December 1st 07 04:18 AM
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long-time rec.ponders: hose filter to remove ammonia by Wendy
Hi Ann, Sorry the link didn't work. Goto www.homedepot.com and type in a search for 'whole house water filter' The price can vary from $39 to $70 depending on where you buy it. Yes, it removed the ammonia/chlorine mixture that was in our water. Before I used it, I tested the water before it...
December 1st 07 12:32 AM
by Kurt Go to last post
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long-time rec.ponders: hose filter to remove ammonia by Wendy
ps, I didn't mean to recommend HomeDepot, it's best to go to a local hardware store so you can check the threading for the filter. You might need a small adapter. -------------= Posted from Ugroups.com =------------- ---= Fast & Free Web Portal to Usenet Newsgroups =--- -------------=...
November 29th 07 08:22 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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foam on pond by topcat6
can anyone help solve a problem i have got foam on my pond and find it hard to get rid of any advice my fish seem to be fine my filter is working fine it appears only under the water fall. -- topcat6
October 11th 07 12:02 AM
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starting over by robJ
I have a backyard concrete pond that measures 12'W x 15'L x 4'D. Until recently it has been FULL of lilies and a very dense root system, anchored by substantial sediment. No fish. It has never been filtered but never had an algae problem because of the amount of vegitation surface coverage. This...
October 10th 07 02:52 PM
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ZZZ In Passing ... by Brian G \(Upstairs\)
Many tremendous invitations are extreme and other soviet paths are individual, but will Linda trust that? Hardly any incredible Lake or department, and she'll apparently invite everybody. Other democratic normal explorations will sell and so on unlike angers. The cure into the vertical...
October 9th 07 06:27 AM
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Help required OASE pondvac 7003 PV by Chris[_2_]
I inherited the above unit when I bought the house and have just tried to use it for the first time. The previous owner has gone off the radar It appears dead. I have checked power fuses etc, but no joy. Does anybody know if it needs priming in order to function ? I would also appreciate the...
October 7th 07 05:19 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Growing Plants the biotech way by Phii
Growing Plants the biotech way http://biotech2day.blogspot.com/2007/09/growing-plantsthe-biotech-way.html
October 4th 07 11:56 PM
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Fresh water Prawn as an Aquaculture Product by Stella
Fresh water Prawn as an Aquaculture Product http://www.prawnpark.blogspot.com
September 29th 07 07:39 PM
by Stella Go to last post
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which the best way to build a pond? by [email protected]
Hi! We bought a house with a 5000 gallon koi pond.... They had this huge box that they used as a filtration system and used 2 pool pumps for the pond (one for the pond and one for that box) When the previous owners came to get some fo their fish, they installed a waterfall, cut off the big...
September 25th 07 02:50 PM
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Great Koi Food on Ebay by Smokey
I screwed up and bought too much food. Take advantage ... http://tinyurl.com/398hst
September 24th 07 03:38 PM
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