Q&A: Does plants in fish ponds keep the alge away better?

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Does plants in fish ponds keep the alge away better?
I have a 6X3 fish pond and I also have a waterfall and 1 fish.

Best answer:

Answer by reynwater
Plants in the pond will generate algae that the fish will eat, and poop, fertilizing the plants that generate....very nice symbiotic relationship.

GGR

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3 Responses to Q&A: Does plants in fish ponds keep the alge away better?

  1. Marilolli

    this link should help you figure it out. I think the “balance” of animal and plant life is most beneficial.
    Plants suck up the excess nutrients that the algae are drawn to, so in a way just adding plants could help a lot.

  2. man_marathon

    there is a rule of thumb about this-green cedar reeds growing in the water help clense the water

  3. saaanen

    Any plant that creates shade helps.But, algae comes from sunlight. Some people color their water blue, which I have heard helps. Others, like me, let the bloom occur and deal with it. When temps drop the algae goes.

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