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Essential Survival Gear - What You Truly Need For Survival

02nd December 2011
There are all sorts of nifty gadgets out there with all manner of bells and whistles all but guaranteeing you not just survival but survival in style. The reality is preppers and survivalists often get taken in by these flashy doodads and lose sight of wh... Read >
Author: TBOTECH

Getting Rid of Excess Ammonia with Pond Aeration

16th August 2010
Before getting rid of ammonia in the pond, it is essential for us to know what it is exactly and why too much of it should be removed. Scientifically, ammonia is a compound resulted from the formulation of nitrogen and hydrogen. A colorless gas with p... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Pond Dye: What It Brings To Your Garden Pond

26th May 2010
Everything is becoming more and more possible. Even a pond's color can be modified to suit one's preference. Using a pond dye to bring back the water's color brings about a large array of good effects in addition to simply ending up with a more natural-lo... Read >
Author: Aro Cullen

How to Eliminate Bad Bacteria from Ponds

06th May 2010
Pond bacteria exist in all ponds, commercial or non-commercial. Man-made ponds require chemical substances something like bleach in order to eradicate any kind of pond bacteria that could impure the water. Otherwise, most ponds seen in gardens as well as ... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Good vs. Bad Pond Bacteria

06th May 2010
Pond bacteria are present in nearly all ponds, except those ponds built to contain only pure, clean and sterile water. Artificial ponds need chemical agents such as bleach to eliminate any pond bacteria that may possibly come out. Otherwise, most ponds fo... Read >
Author: laradavidson

How to Prevent Ponds from Becoming Green

04th May 2010
Spring could be the most annoying season for pond owners as the water from their lovely ponds turn soupy green. When pond water turns green, there is nothing to worry about! This is just a normal reaction of the pond in finding its natural balance. Gre... Read >
Author: laradavidson

How to Get Rid of Blanket Weed

30th April 2010
If you leave the pond for about a week or months, you will possibly run in distress as the water turns green and becomes swarmed with carpet-like plants known as blanket weeds. This alga appears on the pond lining, pump, or tube, and even in running water... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Natural filtration systems

31st January 2009
Cleaning the pond regularly is essential for the healthy growth of the local pond ecosystem in your garden. The pond in your garden is a representative of a very complex habitat and the small and big creatures living there need a fresh and clean environme... Read >
Author: Travis Booth

Maintaining Good Oxygen Levels in a Koi Pond

12th January 2009
When browsing through your local fish store's medicine and testing aisle, you probably won't find a test for oxygen. The importance of sufficient oxygen in your pond water is often understated, and misunderstood. While most fish owners understand the impo... Read >
Author: Casey Coke
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