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Old April 15th 08, 07:11 PM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
Lela
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I am brand new to any chat groups. When I checked out the chats I saw
stuff about pornograpy, vacation sales, etc.is there a page with just
the pond chats I joined because I have two ponds each 8 ft in
circumfrance and 5 feet deep, they are connected to each other by a 25
ft stream. I am wondering just how many goldfish one of the ponds will
hold comfortably. Lela
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Old February 8th 11, 09:11 PM
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Pond pumps are really essential for maintaining water level in the pond. Pond pumps maintains the pressure in the ponds so that fishes do not get harmed due to the water level or pressure. This is a good type of pond pump house.
 




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