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Guidance From Pond Muck Removal Experts

By Janell Bowers

Water bodies are always prone to build-up of sludge and large organic sediments. This is usually caused by years of accumulation of organic matter and nutrients that are present in water bodies caused by septic waste, animal waste, grass clippings and runoff water containing fertilizer. In addition, waterfowl droppings, algae, aquatic weeds, dust and other organic materials are major contributors; pond muck removal experts can help in clearing these sediments from the water body.

Debris found in water bodies depends with the amount of dirt that has been collected as part of the aging process. Much of the debris collects at the deep end of a water body and ends up decomposing at a very slow rate. While decomposing the debris produces very harmful gases and oxygen is depleted in the process, an occurrence that deprives aquatic life of enough air.

When a water body produces the pungent rotten egg smell, it means that oxygen is lacking at the bottom of the water body at that particular time. When tests are carried out during the day, they will show that the bottom of the water body is oxygenated; this is attributed to the fact that aquatic plants are enriching the water with oxygen. Different results will be obtained if the tests are conducted at night; what should be understood is that if the water body lacks oxygen for a few hours, all the good bacteria will die and form sludge.

Beneficial bacteria are important in water bodies because they help in breaking down the organic matter that is found in reservoirs, and helping in creation of nitrate from nitrite by conversion of toxic ammonia. Fish in water bodies are killed by the absence of beneficial bacteria because ammonia levels will increase to poisonous level harmful to aquatic life. Pesticides and herbicides should not be used in water bodies because they kill these beneficial bacteria.

A filter is also an important cleaning tool for a fishpond. When purchasing a filter, a person should consider the fishpond size and, the approximate number of fish inside the fishpond. A smaller fishpond requires effective filters compared to a larger fishpond, the larger fishpond has size benefit as it can naturally filter itself.

During spring, the temperature of water bodies is 50 degrees and below and this presents a perfect opportunity for water body evaluation. It allows for tracking of beneficial bacteria to discern whether more should be added to improve the breakdown of organic materials. It allows a person to make decisions on what new things that he would want to include in a water body, for example he may decide to use barley extract or pond dye.

A person can decide to buy mechanical filters because they are cheap. These filters employ the use of screens or other artificial devices to attract debris inside the fishpond. Manual labor is a necessity when using these filters; these filters are used in areas with zero aquatic life because they do not operate like biological filters.

Pond muck removal services will assist a farmer or a landscaper to remove accumulated debris that is dangerous to water life. Making cleaning a continuous process will help in keeping the health of the pond and also keep it looking neat. It will assist in eliminating odor associated with decay of debris at the bottom of water bodies.

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