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crayfish wanted by dkosnow
I am looking for some Cambarus species crayfish from virginia and Tenn. If anybody catches them or you have kids that catch them I may be interested in buying some if they are Cambarus types. If you live in one of the states and catch them. Email me for pics of the ones I need and where in the...
August 21st 07 03:45 AM
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mosquitoes by B Daly
Do garden ponds provide a breeding area for mosquitoes? Are there chemicals to control this; if so, do these chemicals harm fish? Thanks.
August 18th 07 12:34 PM
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Pond filter recommendation by John Arruda
I was wondering if I could get a filter replacement recommendation. ... I have a 1200 gallon with a small number of Koi and am now using a TetraPond. Its a gravity system with plastic media and a small sponge on the top. The water gets cloudy since the filter doesnt filter small particles from the...
August 17th 07 12:33 PM
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Do you like your pond? by B Daly
I am a complete novice thinking of installing a garden pond (about 500 gallons). I know this will be a biased answer on this news group. But, is owning and maintaining a pond like the old boat owners saying - "the two best days are the day it is bought and the day it is sold?" Or has pond...
August 15th 07 07:03 PM
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Kylie's Garden by Gardener
My husband and I have taken a very drap garden and turned it into a beautiful place, which we call, Kylie's Garden, after our granddaughter! I would like to invite you to visit our Kylie's Garden. I would love to have your comments and suggestions on how to improve my new...
July 20th 07 03:42 PM
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Using plants to control algae by [email protected]
This summer I learned 1st hand how great a pond can look with enough plants. I have a top and bottom pond. The top pond is sparking clean and covered in lilies. The bottom pond is so full of algae you can't hardly see the fish. The only difference in the ponds is that the top pond has enough plants...
July 16th 07 03:10 AM
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Pond and fishkeeping help by Spudgun[_4_]
We're a very friendly forum here to help beginners to pond and fishkeeping. http://www.forums.pondlife.eu/forum/ We look forward to your questions. Kind Regards The Pond and Fishkeeping Forums.
July 13th 07 11:15 AM
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under my lily leaves by Quilljar[_2_]
I must apologise for actually asking a question related to garden ponds as this NG seems to have been hijacked by sex maniacs. but I have some small translucent growths underneath my lily leaves in a small pond. they are about an inch long and look like little plastic capsules. Are they perhaps...
July 6th 07 08:52 AM
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fissidens moss and freshwater clams by dkosnow
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June 16th 07 04:25 PM
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Plastics in ponds by [email protected]
My new house has a pond, and I have been put a few fish in, and bought a range of plants to help the pond balance. Unfortunately the pond is a rectangle, and about a meter deep across the entire pond. I recently added a plastic shelf unit into my pond, in order to put some marginals in. I...
June 15th 07 01:38 PM
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pond forum for beginners by pondlife.eu
Friendly and helpful pond forum for beginners to pond and fish keeping. http://www.forums.pondlife.eu/forum/ New members made welcome.
June 15th 07 07:14 AM
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Pond leaking Advice Please by Goofy
Hi, I have a system that consists of a pond connected to a concealed reservoir that has a pump sending the water up to an upper reservoir where the flow originates. It then goes on a downstream run of about 30 feet into the pond, and the cycle start all over again. I started to lose a lot of...
May 15th 07 05:24 PM
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clay pipe pots by [email protected]
About 20 yrs ago we were given a set of clay pipe pots. It seems they were cut from agricultural piping, the largest about 65cm dia down to about 30cm and 30cm to abt 45cm high. We've been trying to find a similar product without success. Can anyone help please?
May 10th 07 12:31 AM
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goldfish breeding by Quilljar
i live in the south of the uk and last year my goldfish bred and we had about six fry. i would like to have more this year. they have all gone deep this month and we hardly see the fish. does this bode well for breeding or not. this year is unusually warm for april. -- Sincerely, Quilljar
May 1st 07 06:41 PM
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Hi group by jthread
Hello: I lost 3 Koi in my pond over the winter. Two were new from Petco and a large one that was there when we bought the house last October. We've been learning how to maintain the pond mostly through error. Right now we have about 7 gold fish that seem really healthy. The filter works well...
April 29th 07 06:10 PM
by jthread Go to last post
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How to figure the cost of running a pond pump by [email protected]
It's Spring and you maybe starting up or replacing equipments. Here's just one of the many articles posted on http://www.richdeer3pondsupplies.com All forum members receive a 10% off all products. Use the code showers for April orders and Flowers for May orders. We have many, many, new products...
April 20th 07 02:51 AM
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Anyone know stuff about tadpoles? by hy
I have a fish tank in my room and I have put tadpoles in it. They were tiny at first and then I went on holiday and came back to see that they had grown a lot. There not frogs yet. But I need some help. Here are a few questions: Do they only eat lettuce? How often should I really change the...
April 16th 07 07:08 PM
by corystes Go to last post
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Water plants by [email protected]
What to do if your lilies arrive in the cold. You can store lilies inside if they are damp up to a few weeks if it's too cold to plant them yet. If you do add them to the pond be sure they are under the ice level about a foot. You can see a great power point presentation on re-potting lilies at my...
April 14th 07 05:08 AM
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baby duck feeding koi by Pondlife
April 9th 07 01:02 PM
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How to stop squirrels from eating my tulips? Help! by Ebike Charlie
Hi, anybody with experience know of a humane way to keep squirrels and crows away from my tulips? Thanks.
April 7th 07 09:08 PM
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