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pond information by Ryan Cook
I am a student at Derby university in the UK studying Product Design Innovation & Marketing, I am in my final year and for one of our final projects we have to design a 'simple pond' for a large British company. If it is at all possible i was wondering if anybody was able to e-mail me any...
October 21st 03 12:25 PM
by IAN GARDNER Go to last post
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Starting a small pond. by Pip
Hi all, We are wanting to have a pond in our garden, only a small pond say 3 foot by 4 foot, if that. It is not for keeping fish in, but it would be nice to have either toad or frog spawn and to grow some plants in etc etc. There will be no running water feature - just still water. I realise...
October 14th 03 11:19 AM
by DrGroove Go to last post
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Neighborhood Animals and an outdoor pond? by Ron G
Hi--- I am thinking of making an outdoor pond, including goldfish. But the neighborhood is loaded with free-running cats, plus racoons and possums. What do people with ponds do in that circumstance? Is a pond even possible, with goldfish and all?
October 13th 03 04:12 PM
by Oxymel of Squill Go to last post
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move fish abroad by Hadewych
Anyone any advise on how I could move 8 goldfish - I know it's quite silly but they do have sentimental value :) - (quite small, the biggest one is only 15 cm) abroad? They have to go by van overnight - say 24 h - I don't suppose I will be able to take them by plane? I was thinking of putting...
October 13th 03 09:12 AM
by Mike Caine Go to last post
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People and clubs interested in garden ponds in your area by Hywel
SharedInterests is a website service that lets people & clubs sharing similar interests find and get in touch with each other. Doing just what it says - www.SharedInterests.co.uk allows members to register their interests (and UK postcode) in order to see just who else is into the same things, and...
October 9th 03 05:11 PM
by Hywel Go to last post
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Winter Questions by Frankie
Okay I have been lurking for a wee while. We are in the Scotland in the uk & have a 10ft X 6ft X3ft pond just newly dug this year on the spot of our old pond which was a third the size. In the past we have always taken the pump out in winter time (Nov) Question is do we need to do this now that...
October 9th 03 03:58 PM
by Frankie Go to last post
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October 8th 03 06:07 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Zones and Winterising by mcsteve
Hey all, I've been reading the posts here since I put my pond in last spring. I cannot tell you how much a newbie appreciates all the great advice that is spread around. I'va already started planning my extension for next spring and the construction of my veggie filter. This will be my first...
October 6th 03 01:35 AM
by mcsteve Go to last post
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Something is taking bites out of the goldfish by Rodney Pont
Something is taking bites out of the goldfish in the pond. Two have died and about half of the others have wounds. We've emptied the pond and repotted all of the plants. We removed all of the sludge when the pond was empty and sieved it to see if we could find anything. We've washed and inspected...
October 3rd 03 10:15 AM
by Frankie Go to last post
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Hurricanes and fish by Roy Lasris
All my big koi (6) died in Hurricane Isabel (we live in Virginia, along the stretch where the storm hit the worst) . All the small ones survived. (Big=15" Small = 3 to 6") Two of them were dead by the morning after the storm, so I don't think it was oxygen starvation. (They have survived much...
October 3rd 03 12:14 AM
by Simon Avery Go to last post
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roses by denice
Hi, I need some help with a problem I am having with my rose bushes. They are planted in a sunny area where they get enough light. But I get very few blooms and the leaves have black spots all over. Also, on another rose bush something seems to be eating the leaves. Are the black spots a...
September 27th 03 02:45 PM
by Teresa Go to last post
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to many fish... by Ben
Hi, has anyone got any good suggestions on getting rid of an over abundance of fish. Baby's, baby's, baby's. After several years we have just to many fish, makes it tougher to keep pond healthy, there must be over 30+. It's really hard catching them and there are so many. The Koi don't seem to have...
September 27th 03 12:08 AM
by Ben Go to last post
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please help me find a pond by dazzler
iv been looking all over for a pond that holds 600 gallens in the uk can = ayone help? --=20 http://www.geocities.com/rrljfc/ Junior football in nottinghamshire make some money=20 http://www.clix.co.uk/join.php?rid=3D1187&sec=3D4f284803bd0966cc24fa8683a=
September 26th 03 05:12 PM
by dazzler Go to last post
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Belive it or not, it's about my pond by Yorkshire Pudding
Hello, Dug my very small (about 8' x 4' x 18") about a year ago, put some frogspawn in it, it hatched, infested the neighbours gardens (but they don't have slugs now). Also put a couple of Sticklebacks in it, they bred, got a fantastic collection of pond snails. Today I had I visitor, a metallic...
September 23rd 03 04:26 AM
by Yorkshire Pudding Go to last post
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new fish by alan
I have inherited somebody`s koi carp,17 of them,all between 12" and 30"plus some smaller goldfish ,a couple of the 12" fish are pregnant,,What is the best way of dealing with this.I live in the UK,The pond is 2500gallon and has a mature filter,uv etc.
September 23rd 03 01:05 AM
by alan Go to last post
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Wintering by Lily55320
My small garden pond is new this year. I have a few inexpensive goldfish, lots of Water Hyacinth, and a Water Lily. Would building a coldframe to cover it be enough to prevent significant loss? Or will it be neceessary to move plants and fish inside for the winter? Thanks much.
September 22nd 03 09:55 PM
by A Davis Go to last post
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Algae by Lily55320
I used no chemicals in my new pond this year, not really knowing what I was doing (flying by the seat of my pants). It now has serious algae growth. Is this normal or should I use chemicals to curtail it? Lily Zone 6a
September 20th 03 01:31 PM
by Jerrispond Go to last post
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Pond depth by A Davis
Hello All My pond is 5 feet in diameter, with a maximum depth of 22 inches. This seemed to be the sort of size indicated on my pond liner instructions. However, I recently read that a pond of depth less than 3 feet is insufficient for fish to survive the Winter when the Pond freezes. The pond...
September 19th 03 09:47 PM
by A Davis Go to last post
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Geyser Water Fountain help needed. (0/1) by Spook
On Sun, 14 Sep 2003 17:02:19 -0700, wrote: Im considering building a Geyser Water Fountain like the ones pictured. Before I do is there anyone here who has had any experience with this type of fountain? What materials are needed?
September 18th 03 11:55 PM
by Spook Go to last post
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new website: DIY homebuild mechanical external pre-filter (UK) by J C-W
Hi, I've just put up plans on a site for a low budget external pre-filter for small to medium ponds, particularly aimed at amateur or novice pond owners in the UK, although the principles are generally applicable anywhere. Find it at http://www.collinswebb.plus.com/otherstuff/ Constructive...
September 17th 03 08:06 PM
by J C-W Go to last post
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