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Even the most remote farm ponds can still get the benefits of great aeration. Use the power of the wind to improve conditions for fish and water clarity and learn about the best options in windmill aeration systems.
With some basic and simple things you can keep your garden pond fish healthy, happy, and disease free.
Read this introductory primer on some of the best plants to use in your pond or water garden. Plants do more than just make a pond look nice and natural they provide other healthy benefits as well.
There’s no question that adding oxygen and increasing circulation in a large pond is very helpful however the debate is on as to whether a surface fountain or submerged aeration is best.
Large farm ponds are not immune to algae problems but there are treatments and management steps that you can take to keep them looking great.