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RE: barley pads

Do you mean barley pads? They are supposed to decompose by using the
excess nutrients in the water.

They never worked for me, but some have great luck with them. I use
plants, lots of them.


> Has anyone had experience with the parley pads designed to clean pond
> water?
> I purchased from Garden Supply and the pad has fallen in shreds from
> frame and is loose in the water.  Any suggestions why this would
> I sent
> an email to GS to see what they have to say.
>     Ceres

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