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Pond

An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 480 grams, with slight regional variations.
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The feed conversion ratio of control fish pond was significantly higher (1:8.
It seemed that the water quality in prawn pond was slightly better than that in fish pond because the amount of nutrients in prawn pond was lower than in fish pond (Table III).
To fill a fish pond, water may come from several sources such as wells, creaks, rivers, reservoirs or other natural sources.
It added the remains of the moat and fish pond had been damaged by ploughing over the years.
The collection's oldest aquaculture volume might well be a 1786 compendium from Britain that advises "country gentlemen" on the basics of establishing and maintaining rural fish ponds "for pleasure and profit.
For instance, when fish pond also enhances crop production indirectly through the use of nutrient-rich pond-bottom mud or pond-water or moist pond-soil, it may be difficult to associate such benefits with fish ponds.
The landscaped gardens feature decked areas, India stone patios, raised lawn, fish pond and a summerhouse currently used as a gymnasium.
On the technical side nobody had the wit to wipe the lenses clean of the rain and it was like watching through a fish pond.
The property has a double garage, and front and rear lawns with fish pond patios and extensive views over open farmland.
Swarm was accused of receiving over $100,000 in free landscaping work, including a waterfall and fish pond, at his two homes.
struggles with a young girl trying to break-in and finds a dead reporter floating in the fish pond.