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Answered: Contaimination from pond fountain

Breathing the mist can be dangerous if it contains pathogens from the water. And it probably does. Contact your local health department. They probably will recommend replacing it with a bubbler aerator.

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Look, look. See the pee. See the poop. Pee and Poop are friends. Pee and Poop want to be your friends too. Don't be scared of Poop, he lives in your intestines and takes care of all your waste so it doesn't back up in your colon and make you need surgery. When Poop collects enough waste, he pushes ...

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Muddy clay ponds are usually the artifact of poor or no planning. This should be a lesson to most people about the real complexities of ponds. Aeration may clear the pond only if the soil chemistry is suitable. Otherwise it will continuously muddy the water. With hindsight, the best answer for ...

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Well designed solar powered aeration systems run 24/7, DO NOT require toxic lubricants or oil, have air pumps warrantied to operate for 2 or more years without maintenance, and retail for under $500.00 USD

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If it is a new computer, it is probably Windows 8. Control Panel, System would tell you if it is Windows 7 or Windows Vista. On Windows 8, you may not be able to find the Control Panel. AOL System Information would also tell you which Windows edition you are running.
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Pond's turning over?

If the pond freezes over in winter the oxygen in the water is used up and you get a fishkill, if the bottom benthyl muck sediment gets disturbed the oxygen in the water gets used up and you get a fishkill, as the water warms up the naturally occuring oxygen in the water gets used up and you get a ...

What to do about leaves in my pond

A simple unobtrusive mini-fence, 6-12 inches high, around the windward side of the pond will stop most leaves.

With pond islands being so expensive, does anyone have any suggestions

A floating or fixed bridge from one side or completely over the pond is an enjoyable, walkable, suitable feeding station and excellent lower cost alternative to an island.