Windmill pond aeration
If you live in a cold climate and you're worried about the health of your fish during the winter months, windmill pond aeration may be the answer. Instead of pumping water out in the manner you would associate with a traditional windmill, these surprisingly cost-effective pond aeration systems pump air into your pond to provide your fish with additional oxygen. They also prevent stagnation problems and keep your pond open throughout the winter. Most windmills only require a three-to-five mile per hour wind to operate. Many windmills even come with controls that are able to automatically compensate for stronger wind velocity.
Radio Interview Source: Doug Hicks, spokesman, Superior Windmill
To learn more about windmill pond aeration, we recommend the following links:
Superior Windmills: Answers to common questions about windmill pond aeration.
Pond Aeration: An overview of the importance of pond aeration, plus an explanation of how to measure oxygen concentrations and monitor dissolved oxygen.
Oxygen Depletion in Ponds: Tips for recognizing the signs of low oxygen levels in your pond.
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