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Re: Thought of one more question


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Posted by Jesse S. on April 09, 2003 at 10:30:02:

In Reply to: Thought of one more question posted by yonkers on April 09, 2003 at 10:21:47:

I use small natural looking gravel and sand. The water is always crystal clear and looks great. I try to net out as many leaves, etc that fall into the pond. Water changes are important, as well as aquatic plants for maintaining nice water.

-Jesse

:Hey,

:What do you use on the bottom on your ponds as substrate? Want this pond to look as natural as possible but also as low maintenance as a turtle pond can be. And clear water.

:Thanks,
:Scott





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