Plants are more than just a beautiful addition to a backyard pond. They also serve an important function in maintaining an appropriate balance of nutrients in the pond’s water. Plants not only reduce the amount of algae that is able to grow, but also use waste materials from fish, providing a natural water filtration mechanism. Choosing the right combination of aquatic plants from the four categories will help keep your pond water clean and clear without the addition of chemicals.
In the Dutch region of Overijssel the local Water Board governs the water in the Agricultural polders. One of their refurbishment projects concerns a pumping station built in the year 1933 which has been designated as a so called municipal monument.
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