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Archive for October, 2011

Great Blue Herons

Great Blue Herons appear statuesque as they wade shallows in search of a meal.  Some pondmeisters like to watch their ...

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Harvest Tilapia Now

If you stocked tilapia last spring, start looking for favorite recipes to enjoy this popular fish cuisine. Current water temperatures ...

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Should You Plant Aquatic Vegetation In A Pond?

A neighbor touring your pond observes there is no vegetation. He boasts about a plant with pretty yellow flowers in ...

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Mussels – What’s Their Role In A Pond?

Have you noticed mussel shells along the shoreline? Wondered how they entered your pond and what role they play in ...

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Double-crested Cormorant

Waterfowl enthusiasts scan fall skies excitedly searching for migrations of ducks and geese that signal-hunting season. Pondmeisters scan fall skies ...

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Feeding Fish and not Harvesting Them can Lead to Water Degradation

We’ve received reports of large catfish and some bluegill dying in small ponds.  In most cases, water quality issues ...

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Do You Have an Older Lake Without a Bottom-Release Valve?

Do you have an older lake without a bottom-release valve? Concerned about complications from stagnant water?  Install a basic siphon ...

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Is Vegetation Limiting the Enjoyment of Your Pond?

Invasive vegetation can appear almost out of nowhere and turn your pristine pond into a grassy jungle.  Mother Nature may ...

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Do You Know the Life Expectancy of a Largemouth Bass?

Did you know the life expectancy of a largemouth bass is 10 to 15 years?  They live much longer in the wild ...

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Critical Steps for a Successful Pond

Owning a parcel of land and building a pond rank high on the short list of most folks “wish list”.  ...

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