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  • #9837

    Boingboing
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    all this heat has made the water levels in my pond go down and im a little worried for my fish (goldfish). Can I just top it up useing water straight from the tap?

    TIA

    #10042

    Donna
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    Yes, I top up my pond with tap water. If you’re anxious about it, you can always test the pH before and after.

    #10284

    Boingboing
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    thanks donna. i did top up the water in the end – fish and plants seem fine!

    🙂

    #11647

    Gnomation
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    yes, keep the water levels up especially when its warm and the water is evaporating. what donna said really – always check if you’re not sure.

    #11701

    Boingboing
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    thanks, gnomation. wow, a lot is evaporating at the moment!!

    #11716

    Abi Jackson
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    was coming online to ask about this … you guys have already answered it for me. THANKS!!!!

    #12181

    Boingboing
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    how is everyone elses ponds? mine has got through a lot of water top ups!!! everything seems fine and happy though. ive been testing the water ph to keep an eye on things.

    #12201

    JohnEdges
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    that’s useful info (that it is safe to do) would never have thought about checking the pH … so thanks for that too! Hope everyone is havign a great summer!!

    #12464

    Boingboing
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    Thanks John! (Didn’t need to top up the piping yesterday 😝 ) 💧💧💧💧💧💧💨💨💨💨💨💨

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