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Tropical Lily temp. by Heather
Thanks Jerri Guess I better pull it out and put in a tub where I can keep it warmer. Heather "Jerrispond" wrote in message ... Our pond is steady at 65 F. Is this too chilly for tropical lilies?
July 12th 03 05:20 PM
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Free goldfish 817 Texas area by jammer
On 12 Jul 2003 05:54:38 -0700, (HRS) wrote: jammer wrote in message ... Some are starting to show color and i better get rid of them before i get attached to them. I will be putting a...
July 12th 03 07:53 PM
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Toad - injured or deformed. by K30a
hmmm. I'd let him be. And, being soft hearted, I'd buy a bunch of crickets and leave them where he seems to hang out. Maybe a few mealworms... k30a
July 12th 03 08:47 PM
by Anne Lurie Go to last post
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FRY by Rui Pereira
We brought in some eggs on some water lettuce. How long before they hatch? Right now you can see the fry's spine and eyes? cactus
July 12th 03 08:56 PM
by sandra Go to last post
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BZT by Jackytar
Should I still use bacteria? Jacky
July 12th 03 09:24 PM
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algae by joe
PondWoman wrote: I am an aquatics consultant, work only with algae, and would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Can you make a living only working with algae? What do they pay with? -----= Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =-----
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July 12th 03 09:25 PM
by joe Go to last post
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Dragon Flies by bobkiely
While I was out looking at my greening lily leaves, one of my favorite creatures came flying by and landed on the cattail fronds. This is a magnificent specimen as his body is about 1/2" wide and about 3" long and is the brightest organgish-red you can imagine. He looks like he just came from the...
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July 12th 03 09:26 PM
by Anne Lurie Go to last post
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Sick Comets by J. Lamont
Last evening 3 of our 6 Comets were floating just below the surface of the water, not much movement just floating. Now one more is in doing the same thing. I tried to feed them but they had no interest in food. We checked the Ph, ammonia & nitrate levels, all were in the normal range. The pond is...
July 12th 03 11:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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HELP!!! by Raven
Hi all ... been lurking for a while, and you guys & gals seem like a friendly bunch ... so, I finally decided to post, need some help here .... chemical or otherwise. Have 2 ponds in our backyard - the first one is on the smaller side (125 gallons - prefab), which we've had for close to two years,...
July 12th 03 11:25 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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algae by Charles
On 12 Jul 2003 04:22:53 GMT, (K30a) wrote: Depends on if you are talking freshwater algae or sal****er algae. And if you consider algae a plant or animal, there is some dispute. Tricky stuff, eh? k30a
July 12th 03 11:30 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Pond Newbie by Jacquard_The_Ripper
Hi the I'm new here and thought I should introduce myself. My husband and I are getting ready to overhaul our backyard, and he really wants a pond. That's okay with me, so I'd like to hear from any of you that would like to offer advice to a beginner in Zone 3. We're pretty handy and avid...
July 12th 03 11:56 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Sand as foundation? by Wilson
My neighbor came over recently and admired my new waterfall and future plans for a pond, it seems he has caught the fever and wants one too....he asked me if he could use sand instead of dirt to build the foundation of his waterfall(approx. 3-3 1/2 feet high). I have no idea....would it...
July 13th 03 01:06 AM
by ~ jan JJsPond.us Go to last post
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Stupid thunderstorms by Michael Shaffer
ARg, my whole pond filled with mud last night from those thunderstorms we had. Now I have to drain the whole thing. I hope my Koi are ok.
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July 13th 03 01:08 AM
by Fred Go to last post
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Pond Cam by zookeeper
joe wrote: I just installed a pond cam. Please try it out and let me know if it works okay. http://www.bizqwick.com:81 Joe / Barbara: What is that gorgeous, huge white lily on the left side of the pond? Is that a hardy or tropical? The bloom looks like it's 6-8 inches across, but I'm just...
July 13th 03 02:10 AM
by Bonnie Espenshade Go to last post
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baby shubunkins by [email protected]
What do baby shubunkins look like? Alan -- --------------------------------------------------------------------- **** Please use address ) to reply via e-mail. ****
July 13th 03 02:29 AM
by Bonnie Espenshade Go to last post
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Mosquito Larva? by Scott Teetsel
No, they stay submerged, resting on my plant pot or something else. I did not seem them surface at all. I am guessing the barrel is around 20 gallons or so. Scott "K30a" wrote in message ...
July 13th 03 02:59 AM
by Scott Teetsel Go to last post
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Pump to run fountain by Scott Teetsel
I currently have a small pump that is circulating my water just right. I want to add a fountain and can attach it to the pump, but that slows the other flow. So, should I get a larger pump, or should I have a small pump dedicated just the fountain? I don't want to have to keep adjusting...
July 13th 03 03:08 AM
by Charles Go to last post
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2003 July 8, Shareholders Pond Photos by BenignVanilla
"Wilson" wrote in message ... The plant in pic #602 is what I was looking for.....if you figure out what that is please post it. snip I understand that to be called, "Frog bit". I got mine form Jim & Phyllis. I'd be happy to share...
July 13th 03 07:09 AM
by ~ jan JJsPond.us Go to last post
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duckweed adventure by Phyllis and Jim Hurley
Big filter, John! The duckweed grows like...a weed. It may do the job for you in a hurry, if the koi don't get to it first. Jim -- ____________________________________________ Check out Jog-A-Thon fundraiser (clears $140+ per jogger) at:
July 13th 03 03:03 PM
by Bill Marcy Go to last post
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barely straw by *muffin*
I have the pellets kind in a bag in the pond. I read you need to keep part of it out of the pond for the air to add oxygen to the'mix' for it to decay properly. question : is it supposed to STINK???? I have moved it on a few occasions & it smells pretty dang foul....
July 13th 03 06:11 PM
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