- May 17, 2022
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And...we used dechlorinator when they started to died, which did not help either
Rocks or not really up to you. They provide a bit of extra area to house good bacteria. They also can trap muck. Personally I don’t use rocks deeper than I need them for aesthetic purposes.Thank you so much!!! you are amazing!! I have read so many things, people recommending rocks and gravel for filtration, usually from businesses, I guess they just want to sell more things to you. So, the rocks are not need it...? Only the filter and movement in the water, and let nature do its thing. What about the frogs ? is it OK for them to develop in the pound, there are tons!!!??
It’s hard to say. It could be ready immediately. I think we’re all trying to figure out how much damage was done to the bacteria and algae from your accident. If it was my pond I’d give it a few days with the filter before adding a couple of small fish. And then wait a couple of weeks before addressing no more. Just take it slow. Good advice with ponds any time: doing less is generally better.By the way, how long should I wait after starting filtration and water movement to introduce new fish?
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