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dttk
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Apr 16, 2002, 9:01 AM


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Re: [newgen] Step of Setting a Pond

Hi newgen, thanks for the info. Johnson is right. My opinion is if you really can't afford a pond, go for a FG tank. With your parent's blessings and approval, you'd need minimum a fiberglass(FG) tank, measuring at least 3ft width x 6ft length x 2-3 ft depth, although a few of our forum friends have slightly smaller ones. With this, you may keep a few koi only, which should be good enough for you. Try and look around for the FG tank. It comes with a filter box. Used one is cheaper. New one will cost abt RM500. Make sure you have a place for it, not directly under the sun. Hopefully this is a step towards building a pond in the future when you have house with a garden. Cheap koi is still koi and seeing them healthy, happy and growing is a wonderful experience. Koi keeping need not be too expensive if you manage the water well by following some basic rules. That is the most challenging and difficult part of the hobby...Pirate. In the meantime, don't forget to find out as much as you can about koi-keeping from this forum. Cheers...Smile.
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(This post was edited by dttk on Apr 16, 2002, 9:12 AM)


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