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Old March 3rd 12, 01:22 PM posted to rec.ponds
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Hi everyone just joined,Right i have a 8foot long 4to4highft wide and
3half foot deep pond i have 16 fish several shubunkins and gold fish,My
pump is a 400 watt 10000 l/h dirty water pump,what would be the best
filter with uv to get,At the moment i have two aireaters working, but
with the weather getting nice my pond is dense,and has got a bit off
algey,At the moment the make shift one i madr out of a water tank is
failing,i have to jet clean the filters every two weeks. Im planning on
draining it in the next few days and cleaning it butwould love to have a
good system in before i do this any HELP please thankyou steve.




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