Pond Water Experiments?

Answer Pond water can serve as an excellent basis for numerous science experiments. From algae to insect larvae, pond water hosts almost limitless chemical and organic matter to be taken back to a lab and... Read More »

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My Pond Is Losing Water?

There are several reasons a pond may lose water. The most problematic is a leak in your pond liner or rigid pond form. You should not assume you have a leak, however, until you have excluded a few ... Read More »

How to Look at Pond Water With a Microscope?

An entire world of organisms too small to see with the naked eye is revealed in common pond water when it is placed under a microscope. Microscopes can allow people to catch a glimpse of this elusi... Read More »

How do I lower pH in pond water?

Measure PondMeasure the length, width and depth of the pond in feet. If the pond is irregular in shape or depth, calculate the size in sections for more accuracy. Calculate the water volume in the ... Read More »

The Water Plants for a Koi Pond?

It's a good idea to keep water plants in your koi pond for a couple of reasons. Floaters, like lilies for example, use the nutrients in the water to grow. These plants take nutrients away from harm... Read More »