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Old 07-30-2012, 06:46 PM
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this pond is actually a large square It used to be a stock tank that eventually started leaking into the pasture. it was completely drained cleaned out and a liner put in. One side has three ledges about three feet high and there is one ledge around the other three sides about four feet from the top. with a waterfall in one corner where would the best placement of the diffusers be. thanks ffor all the info so far. the entire bottom is ten feet deep except on the edges where the shelves are
Can you post a photo or two?

Seems to me that your biggest issue is going to be controlling the water quality.
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Old 07-30-2012, 07:01 PM
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I dont have any pictures as this pond is actually at my ranch 100 miles away if I can get there soon I will get some pictures but it is a 40x40 square.
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