TYPECASTING FISH BEHAVIORS
FRIEND OR FOE?
Grass Carp are often recommended to control pond weeds, but do the rumors on these peaceful herbivores hold any truth? In our article, Gerard Wellemeyer dominates the discussion on fish behavior, and spills the tea on the whole food chain!
THE GOOD, BAD & UGLY ON 9 POND FISHES!
Weed & Algae Control
Licensed to treat lawns, spray weeds on riprap, algae, pondweeds, cattails and reeds.
Pond & Lake Management
Integrated Aquatic Management. We maintain water quality, erosion & vegetation.
About Living Waters
Living Waters Aquariums & Ponds is a pond management company. Since 2007, we have been providing professional maintenance services for aquatic systems in Wichita & South-Central Kansas. We provide service in the biological, chemical & mechanical disciplines. Living Waters accepts all forms of payment except fish food. 🙂 Our hours of service are weekdays from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
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Aquatic Maintenance Trends
Aquascaping Jargon & Basic Definitions
Types of Aquascaping Dutch Aquarium The Dutch aquarium dates back to the 1930’s when glass cages made their first commercial appearance. An glimpse of a Netherlandish master garden will explain why the pioneers of aquascaping left their mark. This technique employs a lush arrangement in which multiple types of plants having diverse leaf colors, sizes,…
7 Flowering Native Retention Pond Plants that grow on rip-rap embankments in Wichita Kansas
On episode 4 of ‘Big Dreams, Small Spaces’ host Monty Don jests, saying “No garden needs more than seven plants.” How could we only choose 7? Our shopping list has over 100 native retention pond plants! There are too many good ones to choose from; why not be specific? Here are the 7 best semi-aquatic…
Pond Aeration Aerator Pumps-Improve circulation and kill algae with a self-cleaning retention pond! Real results guaranteed
Without Aeration Your Pond May Spread Environmental Hazards Your pond is a catch basin for road chemicals, yard chemicals and runoff. They get filled with erosion, debris, feces, grass and leaves. This pollution becomes trapped in the cold muddy depths where light cannot enter and oxygen is gobbled up.Under these conditions, your pond may spread…