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Benefits of a Greenhouse: Part III

Few things are more disappointing than pleasantly anticipating the first fresh salad of the season only to find that garden pests or local wildlife had the same idea when you go out to harvest.

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Benefits of a Greenhouse: Part II

You can enjoy your own ripe fruit freshly picked from the vine in the middle of a cold and snowy winter. 

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Benefits of a Greenhouse: Part I

Part 1 of our greenhouse benefits guide goes over the top reasons why you should be growing in a greenhouse. 

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Water Quality Issues in Your Farm Pond

If you use your farm pond for anything more than raising koi or handling stormwater, you need to test the water at least once a year.

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Farm Pond Nuisance Plants and Animals

Nuisance plants and animals can ruin the water quality, kill off fish and chosen plants, and damage a pond liner with sharp claws.

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Farm Pond Security and Liability

Even if your pond is located entirely on private property with no visibility or advertising, you are responsible for any injuries or damage caused by the feature.

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Importance of Vegetation Around Your Farm Pond

Not only does a pond with exposed raw soil stand out unpleasantly from the rest of the landscape, but it’s also prone to erosion and leaks without a protective layer of vegetation.

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Spreading a Farm Pond Liner

For small landscaping ponds of just a few hundred gallons, spreading pond lining material by hand is a simple process. 

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Quick Tips on Excavating or Building Your Farm Pond Dam

Using heavy machinery to excavate the pond or shape the embankment dam goes relatively quickly, but it requires plenty of care and attention. 

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How to Plan for Drainage in Your Farm Pond

Almost all ponds, except for raised excavated designs on flat surfaces with high levees, intake some amount of runoff water.

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