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The Pond Outlet
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Sales and expert advice about pond supplies, pumps, algae control, and energy efficient outdoor lighting.
Sales and expert advice about pond supplies, pumps, algae control, and energy efficient outdoor lighting.

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Are you watching Pond Stars?
This great new series premiered on September 9th and we were delighted to see watch our friends from Aquascape, Greg Wittstock (The Boss), Ed Beaulieau (The Scientist) and Brian Helfrich (The Foreman) work their magic for a television audience.  Watch it every Tuesday at 10 pm on NatGeoWild.

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Take advantage of the Aquascape rebate offer. http://bit.ly/1se87XH
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Read the PondMeister's latest blog post -- it might just save your life! 

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Timeless tips on starting up your pond this every spring!
http://youtu.be/AbRthCpfuLQ

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Pond Season is on its way! 
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Latest blog post has useful tips for waterfall construction. 

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Aquascape promotes the natural approach to pond clarity,  but here is an alternative if all else fails to clear your water.
UltraKlear UV Clarifier  will be available in Mid-March on ThePondOutlet.com

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Get ready for winter! 

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Q: What size pond pump do I need?

The pump is one of the most important equipment purchases you will make for your water garden. It is the heart of the pond, circulating water to the filter and keeping the ecosystem healthy. Because it runs constantly, it must be both dependable and energy efficient. The pump you choose is based on the size of your pond and the pumping capacity in gallons per hour (gph). The pump should circulate the entire volume of the pond at least every hour. So, if you have a 1000-gallon pond, you need a pump that handles at least 1000 gph. When in doubt, you should purchase a slightly more powerful pump. You can always slow or divert the flow of a pump, but you can't increase it. 
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