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3 Myths about Ponds and Water Gardens Debunked By Pond Wiser 330-833-FROG

Monday, January 26th, 2015

3 Myths about Ponds and Water Gardens Debunked By Pond Wiser   1)      If I have a water garden or pond, then I will have a yard filled with mosquitoes. Pond Wiser is happy to tell you that mosquitoes will generally only lay their eggs in still, stagnant water. If the mosquitoes happen to lay eggs in your pond and the mosquito larvae hatch, the fish in your pond will consider them a treat and will pick them off the water’s surface with great enthusiasm. A properly designed pond will turn over all the water at least once per hour, so then your skimmer will sweep up whatever the fish miss. 2)       It’s okay to use chemicals like chlorine in your pond or water garden. Chlorine is good for humans [Read More…]