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How Do I Keep My Pond Water Clear?

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You can keep the pond water clear by scrapping the algae off the surface using a pool skimmer or crusted algae. You may also consider removing the fish once a year and give the empty pond a good scrubbing.
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To keep your pond water clear, make sure that your pond is balanced. Find out if it has nitrite problems because that can make your water murky. You can find more information at www. pond-doctor. co. uk/longwhatifpondmurky. html
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