The most common mistake people make when trying to maintain a pond is to empty the pond to clean it. This is a very bad idea as this will remove most of the beneficial bacteria. Then, once the refilled eddies are in place, the ponds are filled with sterile water that is full of chlorine and other toxic metals. In addition, there are hardly any bacteria left in the eddies, and the water quickly turns green.
To avoid this problem, you must first understand the source of the pond’s problems to begin your pond water treatment. You must first identify the cause of the haze in the eddy current. The underlying issue is likely a lack of oxygen. It may also be the presence of a toxin in the water. If this is the case, it is advisable to make some changes to the eddies. In addition, you should try to avoid overcrowding and keep the pond water clear by filtering out any excess solids.