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Water Quality Fast Facts for Your Golf Course Water Feature

The recommended steps to protect the water quality of your golf course and its water features include, but are not limited to, these fast facts and industry tips.

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How to Protect Your Water Quality with Golf Course Water Features

In recent months, environmental issues including stormwater retention, preservation of wildlife habitats, and wetland preservation and mitigation on golf courses have received increasing attention. 

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Visual and Auditory Impact of Golf Course Water Features

Water features that take the form of creeks, rivers, lakes and ponds have numerous purposes on your golf course. 

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Golf Course Irrigation Ponds and Lakes

Irrigation ponds are typically quite large, and grow even larger as irrigation systems get bigger over time. 

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Golf Course Water Features: Then and Now

Older courses often found natural features to utilize, like placing greens near narrow streams. However, as development encroaches around a golf course, urban runoff increases substantially. 

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Golf Course Water Features: Industry Secrets

As America’s leading golf course pond liner company, we have a few industry secrets on how to use golf course water features strategically. 

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Why Opt for a Golf Course Water Feature?

Golf course water features help golf course professionals and landowners envision and create beautiful aquatic and land environments on their courses. 

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Acclimating Fish to Your New Pond

When you have a new fish pond. Acclimating your new fish is critical. 

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Securing Your Fish Pond Liner

The edges of your liner are typically secured by burying the edges in a simple anchor trench or anchor shelf.

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Digging a Fish Pond

Now that you have chosen the perfect location for your fish pond and received approval from any local or national regulating parties, you can safely break ground.

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How to Build a Simple Fish Pond

Fishing is one of the best ways to enjoy your summer. With a pond on your property stocked with fish, you’ll never have to drive to the nearest lake again.

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Seasonal Care for Your Fish Pond

Over the course of a year, your fish pond may accumulate organic debris like leaves, grass, twigs, or fish waste.

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Requirements for Building Your Fish Pond

Learn about the important parts of building out your fish pond.

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How Can I Lower Costs When Building My First Fish Pond? Part II

Choosing a high-quality pond liner from the getgo ensures that your pond stays healthy and clean.

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How Can I Lower Costs When Building My First Fish Pond? Part I

The cost of your fish pond will depend on a number of factors, from size to the types of fish you choose to stock it with.

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Water Gardening Animals For Your Fish Pond

In all likelihood, your fish pond will attract much more than just fish. Since you are creating a thriving ecosystem, many other creatures will be curious about your fish pond and may even take up residence.

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The Best Species of Fish for Your Pond

Choosing the best species of fish for your pond can be tricky.

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Which Fish Should I Choose for my Fish Pond?

There is a multitude of fish species that can thrive in a fish pond. Ranging from goldfish to sturgeon to koi carps, your options are endless.

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Fish Ponds: A Brief History

What you may not know is that fish ponds date all the way back to medieval Europe.

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Why Build a Fish Pond?

A fish pond is ideal for aesthetic, recreational, and practical reasons.

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Preparing your Greenhouse for Spring

Getting seedlings off to a good start in spring means providing them with the best possible growing environment.

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Zucchini, Cucumbers

Cucumbers and zucchinis are both easily grown in home greenhouse conditions.

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Squash and Potatoes

Squash and potatoes can both be grown on a year-round basis in your home greenhouse. 

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Citrus

Citrus trees such as oranges, lemons, and limes are generally quite easy to grow in greenhouse environments and offer a great way to enjoy the freshest possible fruit. 

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Peppers

Native to Mexico and genetically adapted to dry, warm conditions, pepper plants like it hot and sunny. 

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