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didn't rinse supra media and it clouded my pond by Charlie
I installed a new bio uv filter for my 1500 gal pond. I neglected to rinse the dust off the bio supra media, the result of my error is very cloudy water. I have a mess on my hands. Will the filter eventually clear this up, if so how long will it take? Any help or advise would be appriciated....
July 13th 06 07:56 PM
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old pond, old pump by Charlie Brown
Hi I have just bought a house with a fairly small pond 15ftx6ftx2ft and a couple dozen goldfish in it. I have cleared out a lot of plants and sludge - I don't think the pond has been cleaned for years (it is lined). I found a OASE Aquarius 2500 pump in the bottom. Can anybody tell me what...
August 4th 06 08:19 PM
by Nick Byford Go to last post
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goldfish over winter by Charlie Brown
Hi I moved into this house a few months ago and inherited a pond with about 20 goldfish in it. the pond is about 12" deep 20' long and 6' wide, it is quarter filled with lilies and other plants. I do not have a clue of how to look after them properly, they are lovely to look at and I would be...
July 6th 11 06:01 PM
by aronnsam Go to last post
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Pond for sale U.K. by Chris
Rigid blue pond/tank for sale in Ampthill Beds. 3 feet x 2 feet x 16 inches deep. Very strong & rugged. May be sunk in the ground or free standing. I originally bought it for viewing & transporting large koi from one pond to another I can email you a picture if you are interested
September 12th 04 11:07 PM
by Chris Go to last post
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Can I seal concrete with Unibond? by Chrisssssss.........
I've just built myself a tiny pond and waterfall inside a tiny cave in a cliff-face in my garden. The rock was very fractured and so I concreted the base and water-course, but it still loses the water. I have a large amount of Unibond and wondered if anyone can recommend using it for this job? I do...
August 7th 05 01:26 PM
by billfish Go to last post
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Pond pictures and update by Chrissy
Dont know if some of you may remember me posting. I was one of the ones that had dirt in my water. Well we had to drain it out, got out all the rocks in the pond and set it back up again. In the meantime we transferred our Comets over to a holding tank and lost 3 of them due to the...
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February 2nd 11 06:50 PM
by micgalnixon Go to last post
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Wife worried about depth of pond and grandkids falling in by Chumley
I have a small pond 650 gal with a depth ranging from 0 inches to 30 inches at built in drain. It is raised about 18 inches above ground behind a retaining wall. I have just goldfish and lots of plants. I built it with a 6 inch plant shelf all around. I have lost a bunch of fine fish to Blue...
January 31st 04 01:20 AM
by enigma Go to last post
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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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Barrel pond gone stagnant by Colin Eberhardt
I recently purchased half an old barrel to create a pond. The barrel is about 90cm in diameter. I originally stocked it with a few plants, some oxygenating plants and added a small fountain. However, within a few weeks the water started to smell. I also noticed a number of small grubs in the water...
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May 31st 11 05:52 PM
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Heron deterrent by Cookie
Glad that works you ..Cookie
June 20th 04 06:25 PM
by dkat Go to last post
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wintering by Cookie
Any successful way wintering Tropical Lily? Anacharis? Thanks Cookie
August 11th 03 01:46 PM
by Cookie Go to last post
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Help - Sick Fish by Coop
Anyone who can help, please contact me asap. I have a large (12-14") Koi, about 3 years old, that has what appears to be Algae (the long variety, as opposed to slimy film type) down both sides of the fish, towards the ventral (underbelly). The left eye also appears to be clouded, although not...
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June 17th 04 12:23 AM
by Coop Go to last post
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With Christmas right around the corner, this site will really help by [email protected]
Go to www.motherofallshopping.com, it's a very useful site. I like it a lot. I've been telling everyone I know to use it for christmas lists.
December 10th 05 10:59 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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self powered pump/filter by cruxaustralis
During a break from digging my pond, and basking in the warm Queensland sunshine it occured to me that I could use the hydraulic pressure of the pond to pump/siphon water into my veggie filter. So i built a model using a 20 liter drum and it's been pumping/siphoning away like a beauty for a week. I...
August 13th 04 01:26 PM
by Matthew Durkin Go to last post
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frog crocking by Cuk
The frogs in my pond are in fine tune February and March of each year during the breeding season. They don't make any sounds during the rest of the year which I believe is normal for the Common Frog. Over the last couple of weeks I have herd one frog crocking early in the evenings. The sound is a...
August 9th 04 11:35 PM
by Cuk Go to last post
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frog pictures by Cuk
From: "Cuk" Subject: frogs Pictures Date: 27 June 2004 00:16 This is one of my webpages http://www.frogs-watch.co.uk/index.html where I have posted pictures of frogs in my garden pond. I would be interested in any comments, Ideas on how to improve the site.
June 27th 04 07:35 AM
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frog with worts by Cuk
Taking lots of photos of frogs in my pond and came across this one. http://www.frogs-watch.co.uk/fwm/CRW_2446.jpg Can any one tell me what the wort like marks on its body are?
March 8th 05 10:54 PM
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sub-articular tubercles. by Cuk
I am doing some resarch to add more information about the common frog to my website www.frogs-watch.co.uk in one of the books I am using there is a referance to the sub-articular tubercles. does any one feel they can enlighten me on what are the sub-articular tubercles.
November 1st 04 09:10 PM
by Cuk Go to last post
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Remote control for pump? by Curlytail
I wish to supply a pond pump from the electric supply in my shed but wish to operate the pump from my house without having to run a cable to the house. I have noticed that Wickes DIY chain sell two adapters (for internal use though I can get round that probably) and a remote control that has a...
May 9th 04 04:46 AM
by George Go to last post
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Homesteading Forum Looking for Members! by Curtis
http://naturalfamilyhome.com/phpBB2/index.php is looking for members for its forum. It has been inactive for a few months and I would like to get it started again. I am also looking for a site admin to oversee the management of the board and help promote it. Please stop by and take a look! thanks
July 26th 06 07:02 PM
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