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New pond & fishkeeping forum looking for members by webmaster
Hi New friendly, spam free, forum looking for it's first members, please drop by and have a look... http://www.pond.t-hill.com/ Kind regards Tim.
May 28th 06 05:26 AM
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Pond Liner? by skidog
I want to put a small pond or water feature in the back. Came across a 24'x24' piece of rubber roofing 1/8" to 3/16" thick. I've had a friend raise fish and grow plants in this same type of liner and I've also heard that it can't be done and everything will die because of the type of rubber. Who...
May 27th 06 12:45 AM
by t Go to last post
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Things that Bullfrogs eat!!! by [email protected]
As most of you know I have 2 bullfrogs living in my pond. Since they been faithful to me for the past 5 years now I started feeding them snacks LIVE ONES!!! Today I fed at fuzzie mouse HOW cool was it to watch. The female ate 2 of them she will not be hungry for a while. The male lays low during...
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Algaefix by Habanero
Does anyone know if Algaefix kills the benefical bacteria in your pond? I've been trying to find the answer this question for weeks. Thanks.
May 22nd 06 04:26 AM
by Habanero Go to last post
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Scum problem in my pond - need advice by Tony Crabtree
Hi, For the last couple of years, I have had a 100 gallon pond (moulded black liner) where my Koi have successfully bred. This Spring I have encountered a small, annoying problem. There is a furry deposit on the sides of the pond - probably algae? that easily flakes off and is being stirred up...
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using carpet to line a pond by seneca
I'm about to install a pond and have heard that some people use a special fabric layer on the soil, before they put the liner down. Apparently it stops little stones sticking through. I just happen to have a load of oold carpet and the underlay that I have taken out of the house when a wooden flor...
May 13th 06 10:00 PM
by Dean A. Markley Go to last post
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Liner Leak by Bob
I beginning to suspect I have a leak in my liner. Other than the water level showing the height where the leak may be located, are there any suggestions for pin pointing the leak on the perimeter of the pond?
May 12th 06 07:24 AM
by David Sim Go to last post
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flexiponds, anyone? by seneca
Anyone got, of knows anything about flexiponds? Itís a rigid pond made from ďa revolutionary rubberised materialĒ which means it can be folded up and delivered in a box. According to the manufacturer itís like a cross between a flexible and a rigid liner with the advantages of both and none of...
May 8th 06 02:35 AM
by Pooch Go to last post
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Fish by Tri_EK
I had a leak in my garden pond and had to take the fish out and put in a new liner. That was realy pain. I put new water in, chlorine neutralizer, and bio start for the pond. I put the fish back in and they seem to be alright but they have been hiding near the pump. They only come out when...
May 3rd 06 10:06 PM
by Pooch Go to last post
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UK pond problem by Dave
We recently moved into this house and "inherited" what could be a nice little pond. Trouble is, the previous owner hasn't cleaned it out or done anything to it since about July last year and it's a right mess of dead plants and blanketweed, but also now getting new growth on plants as well. It...
April 27th 06 07:57 PM
by Dave Go to last post
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Aquatic Compost by David Sim
Hi What are your thoughts on planting pond plants in standard garden clay. When I dug the pond last year I had about 2ft of top soil and then straight into clay. I just fancied doing quite a lot of planting / transplating & wanted to avoid the cost of buying a lot of compost from the pond...
April 16th 06 03:41 PM
by Koi-Lo Go to last post
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Create and own beautiful Bonsai Trees by [email protected]
bonsai trees aren't that difficult to cultivate. If you've taken care of a regular houseplant, you're more than halfway there. But unlike houseplants, bonsai trees are actually trees -- and can be killed if kept indoors during the winter. In fact, you'll be amazed at how simple it is to create...
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What is a good car/truck for gardening? by GS-Trucker
Could you please help me by taking a short survey on your vehicle? I'm helping a friend gather information on vehicle use, comparing how do-it-yourself'ers use their vehicles with other people. http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB2256GE63FJF Thanks in advance!
April 7th 06 03:24 PM
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Great Book on Water Gardens by [email protected]
I found a great book about water gardens at Amazon, Better Homes and Gardens Water Gardens. It sold at Wal Mart for over $13.00 but at Amazon I bought 2 used for less than $5 each. I'll be using ideas in it to re-build our backyard retreat, our Great Garden Pond, this spring and add a waterfall....
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What thickness concrete base? by Smudge Smith
What thickness should the base for a concrete pond be? I have excavated my pond area to about 15ft x 8ft x 3ft deep which I then intend to build up above the surface another 2.5-3 ft giving a depth of approx 5 ft. As I intend to fit a bottom drain, the literature says that I should prepare a 6inch...
March 27th 06 08:41 PM
by Smudge Smith Go to last post
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Irrigation systems - Poland AKANT-OGRODY by akant
AKANT - OGRODY gardening company from Poland. We are a specialist company, dealing with the surrounding us green areas. http://www.akant-ogrody.pl
March 26th 06 09:05 AM
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San Diego Pond info by JimmyG
I'm really lazy & need a RELIABLE pond service in the San Diego Area (That will service East County). I'd LOVE to hear some references for people that actually show up for appointments & do reliable work. Thanks for your help. -- Jimmy
March 19th 06 08:35 PM
by JimmyG Go to last post
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Ames dangerous plastic Wheelbarrow rims by kr0
Apparently there is an issue with Ames True Temper plastic wheelbarrow rims breaking or expoding under pressure. The concern is that the plastic shards which fly out when the rim explodes have caused injury to people and as a result the wheelbarrows have been recalled. If you check...
March 15th 06 02:10 PM
by kr0 Go to last post
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New Forum by Primal1
Hello , There is a new forum that's dedicated to creating garden, yard and home art. Mainly from concrete and hypertufa, however any and all media can be discussed. There are over 60 topic areas. Please have look. Thanks. http://primal1.com/forum
March 9th 06 07:16 PM
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Water Garden - Poland - Ogrody wodne by Wirtua Garden
Poland - http://www.ogrody.wirtua.net
March 5th 06 12:35 AM
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