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    Pond problem

    Discussion in 'Outdoor Ponds' started by spencer0t, Jun 10, 2018.

    1. kendragon

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      Crushed oyster shell too.
       
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      yes oyster shell crushed would look nice spread over some of the bottom, would help to see dark coloured fish.
       
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      This would work for a freshwater pond I’ll try this
       
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      People put them in the filter or in some kind of container. May be too sharp and injure fish. Crush oyster shells can be found at feed stores for chickens.
      Some people also put concrete blocks in the pond for the lime. I have casted dome covers for the bottom drain out of concrete for the mineral.
       
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      Tested the water today forgot to take a picture low carbonate hardness and alittle nitrate everything else is fine
       

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