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Now that you have selected which type of liner you’ll be working with between clay, concrete, and flexible liners, it’s time to narrow down the requirements of what to look for in the liner itself.
Now that you have a general idea of where to start building, you will want to decide on the size of your irrigation pond.
There are a few essentials you need to keep in mind when determining the placement of your new irrigation pond.
As water supplies continue to become more uncertain in drier states like California, it’s worth putting forth the concentrated effort to institute irrigation ponds on your own property.
Irrigation ponds have excellent potential to improve agricultural water security. These ponds help with the provision, capture, and storage of water for irrigation across the country.
One of the most popular reasons to build a pond is for irrigation. An irrigation pond is a manmade pond designed to capture, distribute, and store water for an array of agricultural purposes.
Here are our top picks for bog plants that can liven up your pond.
Here are several great options to consider when choosing between submerged plants.
In this article we discuss a few of the most popular species of emergent pond plants that our team recommends.
Floating plants help keep your natural pond cool, clean, and safe for fish. Here are the top species of floating pond plants we recommend.