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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Bubbles in Pond

There are bubbles on the top of my pond. They get in the way of seeing my fish. Can you help? -Dale

The bubbles at the top of your pond are caused by the dissolved organics in your water. The dissolved organics bind with oxygen, usually while the water is being agitated from an air stone or a waterfall. When the dissolved organics bind with oxygen, they float at the surface of the water as the "bubbles". Water changes will remove the dissolved organics from the water.

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