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    Bottom drain

    Discussion in 'Pond' started by lunker65, May 16, 2017.

    1. lunker65

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      So I am trying to figure out if I want to have a diffuser on the bottom drain for the pond i am planning. It is not a very large pond. I would say maybe 6 foot wide and 12 foot long. Due to its shape I'm not sure if the diffuser would really be efficient at its job and really worth the extra cost of setting that up. What are your thoughts?
       
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      Adding a bottom drain is a great way to remove solids and prevent stratification and your decision is good. If you have to face any problem with pond then must go for pondpro2000. Thanks
       

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