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Pond Aeration 101 downloads below.

 

cattailsIf you just built a pond or bought property with a pond, learn more about Pond Management. Where to start and what to do.

With everything in life we want fast results, fast foods, fast service, and instant satisfaction. With Pond Management about the only thing that happens fast  is adding pond dye or a fountain for a new look, feel, sound or appearance. Even adding pond dye takes some time to work its way into the water column. I usually use a shovel or boat paddle to help speed up the process.

From the start Pond Management should be worked into the design and planning stage of building a pond. Too many times we have a great idea to build a pond but the days of “let’s dig a hole and fill it with water” are changing. Because after the hole is dug…water fills it…and we enjoy our perfect pond for a year or so then the problems start. Arrg why is my water green and what is the green hair like stuff that seems never ending while raking out? Looks nasty and here we go raking it out sometimes on a daily basis. Even the few plants we may have planted or have been transferred to our pond are now taking control. They’re everywhere, in one aspect they are good for the fish habitat but in recreation we are being choked out of our pond.

This is the stage when we are fed up and either turn our backs or simply walk away from the mess and give up on our place of relaxation, enjoyment and investment. Or we could take a  Re-Active approach to pond management. There is a problem, then react to it manually or with chemical. Yes this helps but only for a short time and the problem is back…what’s going on? Raking out can leave pieces or part of the problem behind which over time grows back again. Same with chemical treatments, if a successful treatment is applied it seems the problem went away. But actually it only died and sank to the bottom of the pond, now in a form of breaking down, creating nutrients and muck that could be back next year even later the same year.

Pond management doesn’t stop at Re Active management, there is another step to follow up with and it is Pro Active Pond Management. The best method is Pond Aeration and is the workhorse, main ingredient in the Pro Active Pond Management line up. You see oxygen is what helps us breathe, of course, but also the pond needs to breathe and have plenty of oxygen to help control even eliminate some of our pond problems.  Having a pond with the right level of oxygen can help the fish grow bigger and be less stressed even prevent the dreaded fish kills. Even more with the right oxygen levels thru out the water column, top to bottom provides a healthy atmosphere for beneficial bacteria’s to break down the bottom muck, lock nutrients to the bottom.

I know this is sort of brief and lacking much needed details so we have special segment actually a recorded interview hosted by Darrell asking Cary Martin questions on pond management, what happens? What to do? And what really is going on with the bubbles from bottom diffused aeration. Basically getting inside the bubble.  You even discover who is better for the pond anaerobic or aerobic bacteria.

Plus the AIS Field Guide and Consumer Aeration Report comes in your email once you confirm the second email.

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Pond Aeration 101, plus AIS Field Guide
Pond Aeration101 explains what aeration is and is not. The different type of aeration and the best way to aerate your pond for its health, fish health and over maintenance of ponds. Yours FREE ! Click the Register Now button to Register Your copy today. Plus the AIS Field Guide to Aquatic Invasive Species.
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