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    …40-60% your pond's surface area especially if it is direct sunlight for most of the day. * Better than Sunblock: Just like you fish can suffer from a sunburn. Since they don't make a sunscreen for fish use plants with their vegetation at the pond's surface such as lilies or water lettuce to give…
    Koi add color and movement to your pond. They're relaxing to watch. And they're likely the centerpiece of your water feature. But how much do you really know about your finned friends? Check out these five factoids about koi and impress your fish-keeping pals during your next pond-side shindig. * A…
    …the water gets warm. Snails camouflage into the rocks gravel and plants in their surroundings. Though it can be frustrating when they go incognito do not worry. They will still be working hard eating algae and keeping your pond clean. If you really need to see them you can try placing a lettuce leaf…
    …then gently sink your hardy plants to the deepest part of the pond and they will go dormant until spring. For bog plants bring them back up as soon as the ice permanently thaws so they can keep growing. * Floating Plants: Water Lettuce and other floating plants are most susceptible to frost. It is…
    …area that's safe from natural predators like tadpoles frogs and other koi. Make sure you give them plenty of coverage with water hyacinth water lettuce and other floating pond plants. You might also consider using a fine mesh tent like the Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator to protect them and prevent…
    …the Great Blue Heron Decoy or 3-D Coyote Decoy; pond netting like the The Pond Guy PondShelter Cover Net; or reflective tape hanging from trees. Having 40-60% surface coverage of aquatic plants such as water lilies water hyacinth or water lettuce will give your fish a place to shelter themselves…
    Fish are a rewarding addition to any water garden. They add color excitement and if you are lucky a few fry. Feeding your fish is a great way to interact with them. Koi goldfish comets and most other pond fish are omnivores meaning they will eat plant and protein food sources. Because they are…
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