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08-08-07, 02:15 PM
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Rather than chemical treatment, try something...

Rather than chemical treatment, try something biological. Chemicals tend to use chlorine or copper based compounds which can make animals sick. You will want to get a bio-filter eventually anyways,...
08-08-07, 02:05 PM
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Views: 1,782
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Ozone is great for oxidizing tannins and clearing...

Ozone is great for oxidizing tannins and clearing up water. A company called (NO ADVERTISING IN FORUMS) makes a "sub-industrial" size ozone unit that produces about 2-3 grams of ozone per hour using...
07-06-07, 09:49 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 9,786
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First of all, I would be weary of anyone telling...

First of all, I would be weary of anyone telling you that they can provide "alpine clear water" in a natural pond situation. Water dynamics and interactions with the watershed make this a nearly...
05-24-07, 05:17 PM
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Views: 43,892
Posted By waterwarrior

All of these problems (as with most lake/pond...

All of these problems (as with most lake/pond problems) can be checked by nutrient control. All plants thrive on sunlight, water, and nutrients. If we starve the plants of any one of these limiting...
05-08-07, 02:41 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,514
Posted By waterwarrior

Are you sure that your aeration/ circulation...

Are you sure that your aeration/ circulation system is not kicking up sediment and making your water turbid? Are you sure that your UV lamps are viable? The reason I ask is that ozone is one of the...
05-02-07, 12:41 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 7,683
Posted By waterwarrior

Aeration

Aeration is definately the best and most efficient solution. However, with proper aeration, bacterial products can be quite effective at reducing your organic sludge throughout the life of your pond....
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