This Special Pet Fish Talk Show features a discussion by the Bailey
Brothers, Tom and Nevin,
about Starting a Pond.
Here's a picture, showing a beautiful pond that was built by
Judy Geva, who lives in New York and describes
herself as, "a middle aged woman." The pond measures
11'x16' and has a waterfall that's 5'x25'. Click
here to see more.
to hear "Starting a Pond", a Special Pet Fish Talk Show, which is
about 27-minutes long.
A Brief Summary
Container ponds are easy to set up. Click
here for more.
Liner, rigid, and concrete underground ponds.
Pumps, filters, or cultured gravel for clear water.
Water conditioner. Click
here for more information.
How to measure the volume of your pond.
Picking a good place for your pond. Near a faucet.
Live aquatic plants for ponds.
Be patient is very important for a successful pond.
Good fish for ponds. How many gallons per fish?
Change 20% of the water twice a week.
Adding Amquel+ to reduce the Nitrates.
Maintaining and cleaning your pond.
How to feed your fish. Floating food. Variety of foods.
A trellis for your pond to reduce the amount of sunlight.
Get a good book about ponds to read and study.
Don't put anything toxic in your pond. Be skeptical!
Have a clean 5-gallon utility bucket for your pond.
to go a page in AquariumFish.net with more details about Fish Ponds. Click
here for more
about container ponds.
here to buy equipment and supplies for backyard ponds.
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