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  • Raymond Menard

Have a farm? Have water? Need guidance?

You've come to the right place.

One of our projects this spring has been to build a Guide that explains the scientific basis of water management and the solutions we recommend.

We called it the Farm Water Guide, but applies if you own/manage a pond, lake, reservoir or dugout. This Guide has a lot of great information for you - the principles of surface water quality management are consistent and easy to grasp.

Get It Here

If you’ve ever wondered about why your pond, dugout or reservoir may have problems like algae blooms, muck, foul odours, prolific weed growth and/or fish kills this guide is for you.

Or, if the onset of summer temperatures is bringing up some challenges, give us a quick email and we’ll help you get your water quality back to where you want it to be.

The guide will help you make better decisions about managing your pond. If you are building a private, personal fishery, you will receive a thorough explanation of aeration and how it actually works to support your fish and pond ecosystem.

It’s summer, and here at Smoky Trout Farm, we hope you have the very best water quality.

The kind of water that entices you to jump in, or fish, or have a nap on the dock.

If you’re in agriculture, your dugout water quality should support excellent livestock watering or irrigation all season long.

Let us know how we can help you have outstanding surface water quality this year.

#pondmanagement #bottomdiffusedaeration #aeration #algaeblooms #bioaugmentation

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