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Pond Vac Advice by KerplunKuK
I have a pond that is 5m * 5m * (0.4m-1.5m) deep. It has turtles and fish in it. I am looking for a pond vac to use with this, but there seem to be so many, with so little information. Can anyone here recommend what they use, or advise to not buy a model for any reason? Thanks --
March 28th 07 04:40 PM
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Do NOT buy any Insecticides unless it meets the following 6 criteria by [email protected]
It must eliminate insects in every situations It does not damage flowers and plants It has a long-lasting action It is SAFE for your children and pets It guarantees you not to burn your grass It has a powerful satisfaction guarantee http://insecticidesjol.blogspot.com/#
March 20th 07 02:01 PM
by HMS Surprise Go to last post
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Pond and coldwater fish keeping community - members wanted by Spudgun[_2_]
http://www.forums.pondlife.eu/ Friendly pond and freshwater fish keeping community looking for new members. Regards Spudgun
March 16th 07 10:28 PM
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Hydroponic Gardening - Grow Anything Indoors Or Outdoors Without Using Soil by [email protected]
This amazing system of growing plants is part of the future. Scientists are studying its ability to feed parts of the world beset by hunger. They recognize it as a means of decreasing pesticide use. The folks at the space agencies even think it might be part of our future in outer space. Hydroponic...
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Feeder? by LT
There are a lot of different feeders available, some must be better than others. Can anyone recommend a brand and/or model for koi pellets? thx lt
March 10th 07 04:44 PM
by LT Go to last post
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pond and coldwater fish keeping forums by Spudgun[_2_]
Friendly pond and fish keeping forum looking for new members: http://www.forums.pondlife.eu/ Regards Spudgun.
March 10th 07 01:03 PM
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How to make raised pond attractive to wildlife by Dave Blake
I would like some advice on how to make a raised pond more wildlife friendly. First the pond: It is built using oak sleepers with a butyl liner waiting to be fitted, and oak capping to hold the liner down. This capping will over hang the inside edge by 2". The pond is 30" at the deepest, with a...
February 27th 07 11:49 AM
by Dave Blake Go to last post
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Fountain Refilling by [email protected]
Is there a product which will automatically add water to a fountain once it gets low or to a set level and can be connected to a homes outdoor faucet?
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Plants World by [email protected]
Please assist us to build the greatest and friendliest forum about gardening, cacti, succulents, herbs, bonsai, rare species, aquatic plants and many other! Visit http://www.plantsworld.net We are dedicated plant lovers and are inviting you to join our
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Environmental pond/lake help? by FiveSaintsTrees
I've got a field approx. 10 acres in length that I used to keep horses but am now considering turning it into an environmental area to attract wildlife. I am considering digging out an area so that I can create a large pond/lake that will serve as an area to attract wetland animals and birds. I...
January 28th 07 11:08 AM
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Pond capacity - help needed by Julia Royce
I 'inherited' a pond full of fish when I bought our house last year. One of the fish has developed an ulcer and I have got Bacteradd but the pond is shaped like a footprint without the toes and I have no idea how to calculate it's capacity in order to measure the dose. Can anyone help me with a...
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Koi pond and water garden design by [email protected]
Now is the time to dream about a new water garden. take the time to research exactly what you want. The needs of a water garden plants are varied so knowing what you want is important. We have watergarden kits that show you how to go about designing the perfect water garden. Check us out at...
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Pond sealer/plants dead by PatC
A few months ago we applied a 'pond sealer' as our concrete based pond had sprung a leak. Since then all has been fine with the fish & no leaking. They have even spawned & we have young goldfish (fanatails & shebunkins) thriving in a seperate area. All the plants that we had previously were...
January 7th 07 07:48 AM
by PatC Go to last post
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sell frog eggs? by
I live in a area where most of the frogs are lepord frogs which areendangered and protected so I can't go to th local pond to get frogs... does any body from canada sell frog eggs? would like to seed my pond this year
January 2nd 07 09:49 PM
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Serious Fish Keeper by [email protected]
Hey! I live in Mid-Michigan and I love my Comets and Koi. We are raising them in a pond on the back of our property. Sometimes, we harvest some and put them in tubs and share them with other people.....I have even sold a few, very few..... During the summer, I have an above ground 'pond', using...
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Tadpoles in winter ?? by Colin
I've just given a small garden pond (Midlands UK) a bit of a clean and found a couple of tadpoles alive and swimming in there. I've never come accross this before, has anyone else in the UK seen this before ? Thanks Colin........................
December 24th 06 08:02 PM
by cheesewhiz Go to last post
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To Have Your Dream Lawn by william london
Your lawn is a source of pride or pain, the crown jewel of your block or the dirty black mark nobody wants to talk about. You want your lawn to look as beautiful as the ones you see on television, in magazines, and even down the street, but you don't have hundreds of dollars at your disposal. If...
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Question for my In-laws by raizn4kids
They have a small pond in SE NC USA and it is built into a small hill that they fabricated w/ dirt/sand mix and rocks on the outside of the hill. They usually have the pump that sprays straight upward running but w/ the cold in the AM the top of the pond freezes and the pump does not look like...
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Extreme water loss in Winter Months by [email protected]
Every year - and this year is no exception - Our pond freezes over but in past years we have kept the waterfall going which in turn keeps the filter system *unfrozen* exposing all passing water to the elements. Even with the pond froze over we experience 8-10" of water loss per week. In Calgary...
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Attn: true rec.ponders -brief update for 12-3 -from george by Nekojin
Jayne Kulikauskas wrote: On Wed, 6 Dec 2006 22:06:14 +0000, Thomas Lee wrote: In message , Jayne Kulikauskas writes The proponents and RFD creation team apparently don't want to have a pre-RFD...
December 7th 06 12:30 AM
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