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When Algae Growth Is Not Normal?

by @ 5:34 am on July 26, 2016. Tags: , ,
Filed under Koi Pond Tips, General, Tips

Sometimes, We Think That the Algae Growth In Our Pond is No longer Considered “Normal”. When is it Actually “Not Normal”?

Well, for starters, algae usually grow in the Spring, so it is perfectly nor?mal to see algae growth in your pond at Springtime, and in most healthy, naturally-”balanced” ponds, the algae growth will disappear after a few weeks. But if it doesn’t, then it is no longer “normal”. Don’t worry, though; algae growth is fairly easy to “contain”, and there are lots of proven ways, such as UV (i.e., ultraviolet) lamps/emitters.

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