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#513022 - 10/21/19 04:19 PM Limestone
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Registered: 10/16/19
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Loc: Ohio
I was researching what rocks to use on the top of my pond and ran across an article about limestone helping to prevent algae blooms. Is there much truth to this? If so, any special kind/size to use?

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#513071 - 10/22/19 01:10 PM Re: Limestone [Re: Felt]
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Limestone rock can be helpful but not likely to help reduce algae blooms. Where are you putting the rock and why reduce algae/plankton blooms?
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