- Nov 16, 2015
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- Willow Grove,PA
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I have an above liner bottom drain that sits in the deep end ---3 feet--During warm weather draw water from the bottom of the pond to expose it to the atmosphere (during the winter raise near the surface).
I don't mind the criticism. I actually agree. I took it this morning before heading out to work and after loading it thought the view didn't look good. I was just busting on Mucky_waters since that was the first response I got.Not attacking you at all but that drives me nuts too. I just do not like video in that orientation. I
Thanks.. I'm hoping it stays that way. This is the second season following a rebuild with new liner. My original pond took a few years to mature and would green up for a few weeks.On a side note everything looks very clear at your pond.
I would say yes because you are moving the water at the bottom vs my skimmer which only pulls off the top. However that is a guess on my part.I have an above liner bottom drain that sits in the deep end ---3 feet--
. The water is pulled up from a submersible pump housed in one of the skimmers and currently feeds the waterfall. Does surface water head to the bottom creating a constant turnover?
I have a kit to test dissolved O2. I will test the surface water and water in the deep end . I'll track this as the weather gets warmer.I would say yes because you are moving the water at the bottom vs my skimmer which only pulls off the top. However that is a guess on my part.
Except for mine, I guess.
I commented several posts ago I took a quick video and wasn't paying attention to the orientation. I didn't have time to redo after realizing the format wasn't good .... anyway I didn't take it personal I was busting you first because it was the first response and second I was hoping to get more info from you. I've read a lot of your comments over the years and respect your knowledge.Except for mine, I guess.
Sorry Gordo, nothing personal,
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