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Vickie J Talley

A Quick Easy Setup Guide for Building a Quarantine Tank in Your

Most of the time you will read about building a permanent quarantine tank or setting one up outside of your pond but there is another way. For those of you with a...

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Martha I Mc Kelligan

Fish Farm Ponds With Aquaponics: A Sustainable Alternative to

Aquaponics has shown to be an environmentally sustainable alternative to Aquaculture due to a greater efficiency in management of resources and a lower impact on...

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Ah yes - unfortunately it is that time of year once again. Pond algae is beginning to sprout like garden weeds, transforming your pond from a pleasant feature to a smelly eyesore seemingly overnight.

By: Tim LaBarge l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 25, 2012

  A beautiful garden or comfortable bench surrounded by stunning lake scenery offers serenity that is difficult to find anywhere else. This paradise is easily stripped away when a pond or fountain

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 14, 2012

With spring nearing, families will soon be enjoying their backyard ponds for swimming, fishing, or just relaxing nearby. That makes spring the perfect time to perform routine pond maintenance, right

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 13, 2012
Martha I Mc Kelligan

Aquaponics has shown to be an environmentally sustainable alternative to Aquaculture due to a greater efficiency in management of resources and a lower impact on the local environment. In this

By: Martha I Mc Kelligan l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 09, 2012

For owners of a contained body of water, algae growth is no laughing matter. This pest can show up in any body and multiplies with ease, so controlling its spread is imperative to prevent the area

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012

Get Your Pond Ready for Winter Now! The days are getting shorter along with colder nights. Winter is on its way. As fall sets in, pond life slows down in preparation for the cold weeks ahead.

By: Allen Pollick l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012

A short guide covering the set up of an existing garden pond after the winter months ready to enjoy in springtime. Follow the sections in order and it should provide just what your pond needs to get

By: T. Reddington l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 24, 2012

BLUEiQ is a unique self sustaining ecosystem that you create. All of the components are sent to you with the information you need to create the system. It consists of species that thrive on each

By: Fran Gratton l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 14, 2012

  Bodies of water have a natural color that works well with their surrounding environment. Black is best for natural pools of water residing in or around wooded areas. An individual wanting to use

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 12, 2012

One of the greatest values to add to any property is that of a water feature. If you are lucky enough to own a home or a piece of land that borders a pond or lake, you know just how rewarding it can

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 18, 2011
Vickie J Talley

Most of the time you will read about building a permanent quarantine tank or setting one up outside of your pond but there is another way. For those of you with a pond that is large enough, this is a

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011
Vickie J Talley

A quarantine tank is necessary for holding new fish or taking care of sick fish. Some owners do not need or want a permanent tank. You may not have room for a temporary tank in the pond so a tank

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011
Vickie J Talley

Do you go to a "fish" store to pick up a couple of Koi? Are you going to ask any questions before you buy? I don't know about you but if they were a dog I'd ask questions so I certainly will when I

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 05, 2011
Vickie J Talley

Everyone should know the three main requirements to keep the nitrogen cycle working properly. Do you know what you should be doing?

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011
Vickie J Talley

My pond is clear and the Koi look beautiful. I don't have any water quality problems. Am I sure of that statement? Read on to discover the silent killers, invisible killers and what may be toxic even

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011
Vickie J Talley

With a test kit and your pond water you will be able to get nitrogen cycle levels. However, if the test isn't done properly and it becomes contaminated you've wasted your time. Once you get the

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011
Vickie J Talley

In order to determine if you can use a solar pump you will have to understand how they work. You will also have to decide if there will be fish in your pond. Solar pumps have both good and bad

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011
Vickie J Talley

Many people confuse a pond filter and a UV filter. Are both needed for the pond? Does the UV filter replace the pond filter? To know the answers you must understand what the UV and pond filters do.

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011
Hamish Napier-Fenning

In my travels I have seen a wide variety of bridges, jetties, and decking arrangements. A good jetty can really make your pond or lake look special, as well as providing a convenient way to get in

By: Hamish Napier-Fenning l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 21, 2011
Hamish Napier-Fenning

Here are some important points to consider before planning your pond or lake. Why not build your pond away from overhanging trees? The leaves they drop will break down and produce nitrates which will

By: Hamish Napier-Fenning l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 21, 2011
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Vickie J Talley

My pond is clear and the Koi look beautiful. I don't have any water quality problems. Am I sure of that statement? Read on to discover the silent killers, invisible killers and what may be toxic even

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Martha I Mc Kelligan

Aquaponics has shown to be an environmentally sustainable alternative to Aquaculture due to a greater efficiency in management of resources and a lower impact on the local environment. In this

By: Martha I Mc Kelligan l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 09, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

With spring nearing, families will soon be enjoying their backyard ponds for swimming, fishing, or just relaxing nearby. That makes spring the perfect time to perform routine pond maintenance, right

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

A short guide covering the set up of an existing garden pond after the winter months ready to enjoy in springtime. Follow the sections in order and it should provide just what your pond needs to get

By: T. Reddington l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 24, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

For owners of a contained body of water, algae growth is no laughing matter. This pest can show up in any body and multiplies with ease, so controlling its spread is imperative to prevent the area

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

The term pea soup refers to the algae in your pond. Do you want to know how to get rid of pea soup? Sure you do, everyone wants a clear pond. Continue reading for more algae information.

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 17, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

  Bodies of water have a natural color that works well with their surrounding environment. Black is best for natural pools of water residing in or around wooded areas. An individual wanting to use

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 12, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

A quarantine tank is necessary for holding new fish or taking care of sick fish. Some owners do not need or want a permanent tank. You may not have room for a temporary tank in the pond so a tank

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

  A beautiful garden or comfortable bench surrounded by stunning lake scenery offers serenity that is difficult to find anywhere else. This paradise is easily stripped away when a pond or fountain

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

Get Your Pond Ready for Winter Now! The days are getting shorter along with colder nights. Winter is on its way. As fall sets in, pond life slows down in preparation for the cold weeks ahead.

By: Allen Pollick l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

Ah yes - unfortunately it is that time of year once again. Pond algae is beginning to sprout like garden weeds, transforming your pond from a pleasant feature to a smelly eyesore seemingly overnight.

By: Tim LaBarge l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 25, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Hamish Napier-Fenning

In my travels I have seen a wide variety of bridges, jetties, and decking arrangements. A good jetty can really make your pond or lake look special, as well as providing a convenient way to get in

By: Hamish Napier-Fenning l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 21, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Do you go to a "fish" store to pick up a couple of Koi? Are you going to ask any questions before you buy? I don't know about you but if they were a dog I'd ask questions so I certainly will when I

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 05, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Many people confuse a pond filter and a UV filter. Are both needed for the pond? Does the UV filter replace the pond filter? To know the answers you must understand what the UV and pond filters do.

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Hamish Napier-Fenning

Here are some important points to consider before planning your pond or lake. Why not build your pond away from overhanging trees? The leaves they drop will break down and produce nitrates which will

By: Hamish Napier-Fenning l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 21, 2011 lViews: 38 lComments: 0

One of the greatest values to add to any property is that of a water feature. If you are lucky enough to own a home or a piece of land that borders a pond or lake, you know just how rewarding it can

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 18, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Most of the time you will read about building a permanent quarantine tank or setting one up outside of your pond but there is another way. For those of you with a pond that is large enough, this is a

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

With a test kit and your pond water you will be able to get nitrogen cycle levels. However, if the test isn't done properly and it becomes contaminated you've wasted your time. Once you get the

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

In order to determine if you can use a solar pump you will have to understand how they work. You will also have to decide if there will be fish in your pond. Solar pumps have both good and bad

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

BLUEiQ is a unique self sustaining ecosystem that you create. All of the components are sent to you with the information you need to create the system. It consists of species that thrive on each

By: Fran Gratton l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 14, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
1 2|  

With spring nearing, families will soon be enjoying their backyard ponds for swimming, fishing, or just relaxing nearby. That makes spring the perfect time to perform routine pond maintenance, right

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

For owners of a contained body of water, algae growth is no laughing matter. This pest can show up in any body and multiplies with ease, so controlling its spread is imperative to prevent the area

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

  Bodies of water have a natural color that works well with their surrounding environment. Black is best for natural pools of water residing in or around wooded areas. An individual wanting to use

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 12, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

One of the greatest values to add to any property is that of a water feature. If you are lucky enough to own a home or a piece of land that borders a pond or lake, you know just how rewarding it can

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 18, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

  A beautiful garden or comfortable bench surrounded by stunning lake scenery offers serenity that is difficult to find anywhere else. This paradise is easily stripped away when a pond or fountain

By: William Mac l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Martha I Mc Kelligan

Aquaponics has shown to be an environmentally sustainable alternative to Aquaculture due to a greater efficiency in management of resources and a lower impact on the local environment. In this

By: Martha I Mc Kelligan l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Feb 09, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Get Your Pond Ready for Winter Now! The days are getting shorter along with colder nights. Winter is on its way. As fall sets in, pond life slows down in preparation for the cold weeks ahead.

By: Allen Pollick l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

A short guide covering the set up of an existing garden pond after the winter months ready to enjoy in springtime. Follow the sections in order and it should provide just what your pond needs to get

By: T. Reddington l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 24, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

BLUEiQ is a unique self sustaining ecosystem that you create. All of the components are sent to you with the information you need to create the system. It consists of species that thrive on each

By: Fran Gratton l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jan 14, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Most of the time you will read about building a permanent quarantine tank or setting one up outside of your pond but there is another way. For those of you with a pond that is large enough, this is a

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

A quarantine tank is necessary for holding new fish or taking care of sick fish. Some owners do not need or want a permanent tank. You may not have room for a temporary tank in the pond so a tank

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 07, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Do you go to a "fish" store to pick up a couple of Koi? Are you going to ask any questions before you buy? I don't know about you but if they were a dog I'd ask questions so I certainly will when I

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 05, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Everyone should know the three main requirements to keep the nitrogen cycle working properly. Do you know what you should be doing?

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

My pond is clear and the Koi look beautiful. I don't have any water quality problems. Am I sure of that statement? Read on to discover the silent killers, invisible killers and what may be toxic even

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

With a test kit and your pond water you will be able to get nitrogen cycle levels. However, if the test isn't done properly and it becomes contaminated you've wasted your time. Once you get the

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

In order to determine if you can use a solar pump you will have to understand how they work. You will also have to decide if there will be fish in your pond. Solar pumps have both good and bad

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

Many people confuse a pond filter and a UV filter. Are both needed for the pond? Does the UV filter replace the pond filter? To know the answers you must understand what the UV and pond filters do.

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 28, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Vickie J Talley

The term pea soup refers to the algae in your pond. Do you want to know how to get rid of pea soup? Sure you do, everyone wants a clear pond. Continue reading for more algae information.

By: Vickie J Talley l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 17, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Ah yes - unfortunately it is that time of year once again. Pond algae is beginning to sprout like garden weeds, transforming your pond from a pleasant feature to a smelly eyesore seemingly overnight.

By: Tim LaBarge l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Jun 25, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Hamish Napier-Fenning

In my travels I have seen a wide variety of bridges, jetties, and decking arrangements. A good jetty can really make your pond or lake look special, as well as providing a convenient way to get in

By: Hamish Napier-Fenning l Recreation & Sports > Fish Ponds l Nov 21, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
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