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Pond Winterization

POND WINTERIZATION The pond winterization process actually begins in fall. Water temperature drops to about 50°F towards the end of October. The biological filter stops functioning as bacteria dies off and aquatic plants begin to die back. Dead organic matter dropping to the bottom of

Spring Pond Maintenance Made Simple

Spring Pond Maintenance Made Simple Spring is here and it’s time to start thinking about preparing the pond for warmer weather. The maintenance you do right now will make a big difference in the way your pond looks in May and June. Remove leaves and debris from ponds. The winter

Pond and Fish Care in Freezing Weather

POND & FISH CARE IN FREEZING WEATHER Freezing weather is in the forecast. Here’s how to keep your fish and pond equipment safe. FISH Koi and Goldfish are extremely hardy. The cold weather doesn’t affect them too much. As water temperatures decrease, you will notice your fish slowl
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2016 April Newsletter

Welcome to April’s Newsletter How awesome is it that Spring is here! With that though it means it’s time to get your ponds ready for the season and or signed up for pond cleanings. As it stands our pond temperature is reading above 50 degrees Fahrenheit so those with fish
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2016 March Newsletter

Welcome to March’s Newsletter Spring is upon us and it’s time to start thinking of cleaning up the pond and getting it ready for the spring and summer season. Need help with the maintenance? Give Falling Water Designs a call! Think you can do it on your own? Check out our