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Understanding Algae

We've all seen those slimy green scums on ponds, lakes, or pools. They're called algae. And they stubbornly occur in water -- the one place in a landscape that shouldn't look green. But what are algae? Where did they come from? What kind of damage can they do? Are they really that bad?   More
Saturday, July 1, 2006

Did You Say Pond or Waterfall?

How many times have your customers told you that they’ve always dreamed of having a pond in their backyard? Uh… wait a minute, now let’s review that.    More
Monday, May 1, 2006 CHIC KELTY

From a Trickle to a Fall

e’ve all heard the old saying that music soothes the savage beast. We’d venture to guess that it was an out of work minstrel who began spreading that arou    More
Sunday, May 1, 2005

Aeration... Breathing Life Into Water

What’s the first requirement for life? Air, or oxygen. We know that people need oxygen to live. We also know that plants need oxygen for healthy growth.    More
Friday, April 1, 2005 ELIZABETH LEXAU

Building Water Features for Profit

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the desire to find solace in the comfort of our homes has grown exponentially. For those lucky enough to own a second home, their escape is usually found in some rustic setting, close to nature, often near a body of water.    More
Tuesday, February 1, 2005 ELIZABETH LEXAU

Aerating Fountains Add More Than Eye Appeal

Water features continue to spring up across the landscape of this country, adorning more and more office complexes, shopping centers, and even residential properties.    More
Sunday, February 1, 2004 Bruce Blau

Water Features Add That Special Look

Water Features Add That Special Look sk one hundred people to describe their dream vacation, and the result will be an assortment of answers. Hawaii? The Caribbean? An Al    More
Sunday, June 1, 2003