- Jun 18, 2019
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Hi. Ive tried several chemical solutions to get rid of duckweed with no success. Koi goldfish dont seem to mind it but it continues to spread across surface. Any ideas how best to get rid?
I've noticed via my underwater cam that at 50 deg F is when the fish really start moving around. Check your water temps.Thank you. The weather has been sunny past week but still no sign of Fish. Is this normal. Im pretty sure they have been active earlier in previous years
I do, then grow it in a bucket, to allow any pests time to settle out. You can also try floating your wild gathered stock in a bucket of “dip” a dilute bleach or potassium pomegranate ( that won’t be spelt right on the pomegranate) then moving it to fresh clear water for a thorough rinse, before setting it up in a separate container to grow and doling any out.Does anyone collect duckweed from wild ponds or lakes? What are the risks and can they be mitigated. Note I only have (rescue ) feeder comet goldfish.
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