When using a pond colorant or pond dye to control the algae levels in your pond, it is important that you use enough dye to effectively limit the light that gets to the algae. Algae is just like any other plant that depends on photosynthesis, if you take away the light, it can no longer […]
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Over time, large amounts of muck and excess organic matter can develop near the bottom of your pond. If your pond is already shallow, this excess matter can make the pond virtually unusable if it is not controlled. Algae is a plant life form that needs three things to grow, sunlight, water, and fertilizer. Old, […]
Are you observing a slick on the surface of your pond that resembles lime green paint? During summer months, it can disrupt water quality.
Blue green algae are interesting creatures. Normally, when people hear algae, they think of plants and rightfully so, most algae are plants. However, the blue green variety is a cyanobacterium with a […]
Having a pond without turtles is nearly an impossibility. In some ponds you may not see the turtles, while in other ponds they are highly visible and bask in the sun on the shoreline and from the water.
Do larger quantities of turtles endanger my pond? This is a valid question which can best by answered […]
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