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    Koi fry in my shower filter drip tray!!!









    Iíve not had fry before, would it be best to leave them happily in my filter drip tray or move them to a little spare fish tank with media and water from the pond?


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    Personally I would move them mate - they have done well in there but that is unlikely to remain the case as the weather gets colder, organic material does off and food reduces. That way you can keep a better eye on them and control the environment.

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    I have an old aquarium alongside my ponds where I grow on any fry
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    1000 gal
    2 x Hozelock 6000ltr 9W UV
    Allpond Spin Filter 8000 11W UV
    Blagdon pond oxy 640 ltr/hr

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    I have an old aquarium alongside my ponds where I grow on any fry<br><br><br>
    1000 gal
    2 x Hozelock 6000ltr 9W UV
    Allpond Spin Filter 8000 11W UV
    Blagdon pond oxy 640 ltr/hr

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