technologies

The construction of ponds and lakes

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The arrangement of the reservoir for fish production is significantly different from how built swimming pools or ornamental ponds artificial, because it often involves different technologies and equipment.

The construction of ponds for cultivation of fish requires compliance with certain conditions:

1. The bottom of an artificial pond closely aligned. The presence of pits causes waterlogging of the soil.

2. For fish farming is preferable to drain the artificial pond. Drain ponds are less prone to waterlogging and siltation, provide a greater increase fish where it is more convenient to treat the bottom.

3. Growing directly at the shore of the bushes and trees were being uprooted flush with the bottom of the pond. Otherwise, they may hinder fishing and cause the overgrowing of the pond.

4. Available on the site the keys, springs, groundwater discharges has been cleared to enhance the natural flow of water in the lake. Artificial pond at the cottage come in places protected from strong winds and constant exposure to sunlight. Ideally, the sun should affect the water no more than 6 hours a day. Ultraviolet light promotes the growth of algae and bacteria.It is undesirable to have a pond in the shade of the trees, in autumn the leaves will pollute the water, and the growth of the root system can damage the bottom of the pond. Continue reading

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