productivity

We built a pond

Very interesting fish from the viewpoint of the co-operative ponds is vjun . unpretentious to the environment. Their movements and body shape he looks like a snake. In contrast to the char – 10 of antennae around the mouth. Along the body is crossed by three black bands.

Another type of food for predators – Shipovka . It is also undemanding to the conditions of life, it feeds on small benthic organisms. Food for other fish is the stickleback three-and ninespined.

Especially useful for home pond in which there live predators, the species . It demands for itself only the conditions in the pond should live seashells – perlovitsy, bezzubki. With their help, he multiplies.

In the pond you can grow gobies and ruffe . But these fish are competitors of valuable fish, for also eat fry and eggs.

But back to the fish fishing. Good species can be chukuchanovye: largemouth, Smallmouth and black Buffalo . which is not very demanding in terms of habitat and nutrition.

Of the carp family fishes for installation in a suitable pond carp, Amur, white, black, Chub. Of course, they need to provide acceptable conditions for living. No doubt breeding in ponds and other water bodies other cyprinid fish such as silver bream, Dace, crucian carp, Rudd, bream, tench, roach. And nase, vimba,Zope, roach, barbel, IDE . Continue reading

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