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Post by john rut » Fri, 11 May 2001 03:54:50



1 the only way to get rid of green water In New Mexico with
sun from 4;30am to 9:30 pm is do a 200% water change daily.
(I put 2 gals of fresh water in a stainless steel pot turned
green in 3 days)

2 the only rocks that deserve to be in the bottom of a pond
are programmed to raise anything that is under around or
near them 4 feet above themselves or pass it all to the
filter inlet daily.

John Rutz

in contention for the laziest ponder on the net

 
 
 

re Dan D's idea for new threads

Post by Jon Bake » Fri, 11 May 2001 12:06:44


So having river rock in the bottom of my pond is not needed?  Just leave the
ugly black liner showing?
hmmmmm
Jon


Quote:

> 1 the only way to get rid of green water In New Mexico with
> sun from 4;30am to 9:30 pm is do a 200% water change daily.
> (I put 2 gals of fresh water in a stainless steel pot turned
> green in 3 days)

> 2 the only rocks that deserve to be in the bottom of a pond
> are programmed to raise anything that is under around or
> near them 4 feet above themselves or pass it all to the
> filter inlet daily.

> John Rutz

> in contention for the laziest ponder on the net

 
 
 

re Dan D's idea for new threads

Post by ~ Windsong » Fri, 11 May 2001 15:43:17



Quote:
> in contention for the laziest ponder on the net

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I won the award for the frugalest (is that a word?) ponder on the net.  :o)
--
Carol....the frugal ponder...
The easiest way to find something lost around the house
is to buy a replacement.

 
 
 

re Dan D's idea for new threads

Post by ~ Windsong » Fri, 11 May 2001 15:45:01



Quote:
> So having river rock in the bottom of my pond is not needed?  Just leave
the
> ugly black liner showing?

====================
Algae will soon cover the ugly black liner and turn it into an ugly dark
green liner,... but at least it'll be free of debris and other rotting,
bacteria laden goodies.
--
Carol....
The easiest way to find something lost around the house
is to buy a replacement.

 
 
 

re Dan D's idea for new threads

Post by john rut » Fri, 11 May 2001 23:10:36


well to give you a better idea of what I ment yesterday I
replumbed my plant filter to hide the piping, i had raised
the side of the pond by 10" and the pvc pipin now looked
like pure cow manure, anyu how i dropped the hose from the
pump into the pond ( new black hose about a week oold) it
was a couple feet from the edge, after looking and feeling
around in the pond for 15-20 minutes I had to turn the pump
on to find the hose.  it and the botttom of the *** liner
werr now the same color and texture.

John Rutz