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Spend your time outdoors with your family and not watering your lawn! Let us handle the hard work! http://envirolandnponds.com/services/inground-irrigation-systems/
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#fridayfact Did you know that most koi fish outlive their owners, having a lifespan of 200+ years?
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The Water Garden's Tip of the Week
The heat of summer often means more pond water lost to evaporation. Keep an eye on this to top off the feature as needed. Remember to always add a dechlorinator when adding water to a pond with fish. Any amount of chlorine can be harmful. Small amounts don't mean imminent death, but can still reduce proper gill function.
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Research shows that upgrading a property's landscaping can significantly increase the value. http://www.turfmagazine.com/services/landscaping-actual-home-value/
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#fridayfact The best time of day to water your lawn is in the early morning, from 6:00 to 8:00 a.m. Watering in the morning gives wet blades of grass time to dry out over the course of the day, reducing the possibility of fungal problems.
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The Water Garden's Tip of the Week
One of the most common mistakes water gardeners make is to over-clean your biological filters. The media in your filter is home for beneficial bacteria. Cleaning too well (especially if using chlorinated water) removes much of the bacteria and it has to reestablish for the filter to operate at its maximum efficiency. To clean a filter, all you need do is lightly rinse the media. You just want to remove any debris that is restricting the flow. A good way to clean many types of media is to slosh it in a tub of pond water or rain water. Fiber media can also be knocked against a surface to remove some debris. If you have multiple types or layers of media, you also rotate which get cleaned to help ensure strong bacterial colonies.
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