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Cleaning Your Pond with Fish
 
The quality of your backyard pond’s water needs to be regularly checked to ensure that your fish and plants survive and thrive. One particular threat to your pond’s ecosystem is Algae: a fairly diverse group of organisms endowed with chlorophyll, but lack the true stems, roots, leaves, and vascular tissue that plants have. Seaweed and pond scum are examples of these photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. Algae blooms in ponds are particularly nasty because if left unchecked; they can take over a pond.

What if your fish could actually do the job for you?

If you have heard of this statement, you really want to consider these very important factors.
  • Make sure the fish you introduce are Hybrid and cannot reproduce.
  • Most of these fish are bottom and shoreline feeders where algae’s and weeds are present, also bottom sediments. They can quickly disturb bottom sediments which will suspend into the water column giving the pond a cloudy and mucky appearance.
  • Make sure you study these fish well. They are not game fish and can be very territorial and aggressive toward your native fish.
When it comes to Pond Maintenance and Restoration; as well as Muck Removal, Organic Sediment Removal Systems can also provide you with a natural and eco-friendly solution. 


 
 
 
Koi pond cleaning


 

Koi pond cleaning
 
 

Cleaning Your Pond with Fish
 
The quality of your backyard pond’s water needs to be regularly checked to ensure that your fish and plants survive and thrive. One particular threat to your pond’s ecosystem is Algae: a fairly diverse group of organisms endowed with chlorophyll, but lack the true stems, roots, leaves, and vascular tissue that plants have. Seaweed and pond scum are examples of these photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. Algae blooms in ponds are particularly nasty because if left unchecked; they can take over a pond.

What if your fish could actually do the job for you?

If you have heard of this statement, you really want to consider these very important factors.
  • Make sure the fish you introduce are Hybrid and cannot reproduce.
  • Most of these fish are bottom and shoreline feeders where algae’s and weeds are present, also bottom sediments. They can quickly disturb bottom sediments which will suspend into the water column giving the pond a cloudy and mucky appearance.
  • Make sure you study these fish well. They are not game fish and can be very territorial and aggressive toward your native fish.
When it comes to Pond Maintenance and Restoration; as well as Muck Removal, Organic Sediment Removal Systems can also provide you with a natural and eco-friendly solution. 


 
 
 
Koi pond cleaning