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Water Lilly Leaves by Lawrence
Hi All, Winter is fast-approaching here and I was wondering if I should cut off the old water lily leaves and remove them from the pond or should I just let the water lilies do their own thing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks! -- Lawrence
November 5th 06 12:01 PM
by razitheonlyhunk@gmail.com Go to last post
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New Pond Pump by Reynolds.Keith@gmail.com
I got Suprema Magnetic Drive Pond & Fountain 900gph Pump. It just doesn't seem to produce enough flow for a waterfall. Any suggestion? Keith
November 2nd 06 12:18 AM
by Mike Go to last post
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How to by dpanda2006@gmail.com
Hi all! I m a new user....can u pple help me out getting some frnds on google Deepak
October 28th 06 07:47 AM
by tinazoom2007@yahoo.com Go to last post
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sick fish by pyewacket
hi hope some one can help!!!! i am having a problem with my gold fish in my pond some of my fish are getting a white fluff around there gills and on there bodies i have treated twice with "interpet anti fungus and bacteria" a bright green liquid both times following instructions and 5 day...
October 18th 06 03:40 PM
by Mike Go to last post
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Calculating Water Volume by itten
I got a formula for calculating the water volume of my pond for the purpose treating it.. The formula stated length x width x 7.5 = volume.. Why doesn't the depth of the pond make a difference? The depth is not part of the formula.
October 15th 06 11:31 PM
by Quilljar Go to last post
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Railroad Ties by itten
I built my water garden with raiload ties stacked 3 high with a liner. I was wondering if the creosote in the ties would leech into the pond when it rained. I built one of these a few years ago and had some problems with my koi dying. I don't know if it was a result of the ties or not. When...
October 8th 06 01:36 PM
by Pete Thomas Go to last post
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Cloudy Water by itten
I just set up my water graden and at the advice of the supplier, I added 3 50 lb bags of builders sand to the water. She told me to rinse it because it has silt in it, but I didn't take her advice. The water is cloudy. Will this clear up in time, if not, is there an additive that will remove...
October 8th 06 01:32 PM
by Pete Thomas Go to last post
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Is it too late to introduce koi to a pond by Rob G
Earlier this summer our well established pond was poisoned with detergent - all very amusing for the perpetrator as the foam was massive and we got complaints from the neighbours about it. I've left it 4 months after a full clean out and refill, and am wondering whether I could restock now or...
September 27th 06 08:01 PM
by oregon.twig@gmail.com Go to last post
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water wheel by Bill
I would like to build a water wheel with the water running in to my fish pond. Would it be ok to use aluminium
September 19th 06 03:28 AM
by Clurrie Go to last post
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Aquaria & Garden Ponds building making 1935 FA by JaneyP
Aquaria & garden Ponds by W Harold Cotton1st.1935 Good condition 90 pages. Fascinating old volume on the traditional methods of making ,stocking & maintaining a garden pond. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320025434707&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&rd=1
September 14th 06 12:54 AM
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topiary bear by brockly
Hand crafted topiary bear. Ready for the plant you would like to go with this item. The size on this topiary bear is 21 inch tall by 18 inch wide arm to arm. Fits well with up to 5gallon plant or start with a 1 gallon plant and trim to fill out the topiary bear. I will be making other animal...
September 10th 06 06:04 PM
by brockly Go to last post
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Snake in garden pond. by Barry
Hi, I saw a snake in the pond as I feed the fish! I don't know what is was as it moved quick! Will it do any harm? How can I get rid of it? Barry
September 10th 06 03:18 PM
by Nick Byford Go to last post
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Bullfrogs by Jeanne
I imported a dozen big bullfrog tadpoles from a company. They all looked fine -- second year tadpoles. Some had hind legs starting. #12 died. As an experiment, I let #11 out of his protection screen box to see the koi reaction. They looked him over but didn't pay much attention thereafter. So,...
September 7th 06 04:43 AM
by Rayzer Go to last post
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How to identify fry by Sam Megarry
I have a 1400 gallon pond with a few mature KOI, 2 comets, 2 shebunkins and a goldfish. I've now got hundreds of fry, literally! Some are olive/grey, I assume goldfish, some are like mini KOI, I assume these are comets. How can you tell? How would you know if you had KOI fry?
September 4th 06 09:18 PM
by cato42 Go to last post
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snakes and frogs by Michelle Bailey
I knew our water garden had frogs and a lot of tadpoles. Yesterday saw a snake. I realize that the frogs are a food source for the snakes. So, we're draining, killing snakes, cleaning and refilling. But how do we not repeat the pattern? Is there a way to repel frogs and snakes but not...
August 30th 06 09:02 PM
by Jeanne Go to last post
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topiary bear for your pond? by brockly
Hand crafted topiary bear. Ready for the plant you would like to go with this item. The size on this topiary bear is 21 inch tall by 18 inch wide arm to arm. Fits well with up to 5gallon plant or start with a 1 gallon plant and trim to fill out the topiary bear. I will be making other animal...
August 29th 06 08:31 PM
by brockly Go to last post
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Koi Hunting in Japan - Autumn 2006 Harvest by Paulman
Dear Koi enthusiasts, We at Koibito Japan have been caring for the trade community for years over here in Japan, and extend a warm welcome to any trade clients wishing to come to Japan this in Autumn 2006 to find the perfect koi. We will take you to the best Koi Farms in Japan...our friendly...
August 29th 06 06:49 AM
by Paulman Go to last post
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Conifer tres and ponds by Richard Wrigley
Greetings from Norfolk (UK) We recently moved into a bungalow which has a pair of ponds connected by a short stream - water is re-circulated by the fountain pump. The stream and 'upper'(about 2 ft above the lower) pond is located under some low growing conifers. It has been suggested that this...
August 28th 06 12:49 PM
by Pete Go to last post
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Baby goldfish - overwinter inside? by gardencottage
We have 2 goldfish and 2 shabumkins We recently spotted babies - 2 orange and 3 black They must be at least 2 months old and probably 1.5 inches long Should we move the babies inside for overwintering? Our pond is probably just over 1/2 metre deep and the larger goldfish have survived a few winters...
August 24th 06 05:49 PM
by Pete Thomas Go to last post
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New small pond in NJ by Joe Chip
I'm planning a new, small garden pond in NJ. Are there any local regulation regarding the control of garden ponds with respect to mosquito control, wnv, etc? -- Joe Chip
August 24th 06 02:36 AM
by 42n8_1 Go to last post
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