Backyard Ponds

Written by Robert Dorrance

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If youíre going to have a pond of any size, you should know of some ofrepparttar things that youíre going to need for it. Things you must have are a water pump, a pond filter, a UV filter, and some pond plants. Other things to consider are a good pond liner, some fish, an air diffuser, some pond lighting, fish food, and a skimmer.

These are some ofrepparttar 137751 things to consider if you want to have a pond. Initially, they can be kind of expensive, however, you will get a lot of enjoyment, as many other people do from their backyard ponds.

Robert Dorrance has had a pond for the last eight years and would like to share all of his different pond experiences with you. Find out more at

Lawn Fertilizer

Written by Linda Paquette

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In addition, depending upon brand, fertilizers may also contain calcium, sulfur, magnesium, boron, manganese, iron, zinc, copper, and molybdenum. At first glance, this looks like a good thingó sort of like a multi-vitamin for your lawn. However, your grass, like any other plant gets its true nourishment fromrepparttar soil under it. Although excess chemical fertilizers leech intorepparttar 137330 ground, many ofrepparttar 137331 chemicals they contain do more harm than good torepparttar 137332 complex eco-system that provides a continuing source of nutrition for your lawn and ultimately your turf paysrepparttar 137333 price.

The truth is that established lawns generally donít need fertilization. If you feel that you must fertilize your lawn, an established organic fertilizer will enrich your soil as well as feed your grass. Donít spoon-feed your turf. Instead, provide your turf with a balanced diet from nutrient rich soil.

Anita is editor of Facts and Reviews about Lawn Mowers and Lawn Care

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