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    small pieces of black rubbery looking matter

    Hi I have not been on line for a long time due to lots of problems with life in general. I would like someone with more experience than I have ( probably everyone) to help me out with a problem I am experiencing this year. There are small pieces of some black matter rising to the top of the pond, this only happens during the daytime when the sun is out. It seems to disappear at night cos when I go to the pond in the morning it is clear but as soon as the sun shines up it comes. Has anyone else had this problem? if so how do I stop it from happening and what is it. It looks very rubbery and is very annoying. Can anyone help me please



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    Quote Originally Posted by wouldyoulovey View Post
    Hi I have not been on line for a long time due to lots of problems with life in general. I would like someone with more experience than I have ( probably everyone) to help me out with a problem I am experiencing this year. There are small pieces of some black matter rising to the top of the pond, this only happens during the daytime when the sun is out. It seems to disappear at night cos when I go to the pond in the morning it is clear but as soon as the sun shines up it comes. Has anyone else had this problem? if so how do I stop it from happening and what is it. It looks very rubbery and is very annoying. Can anyone help me please

    Could you possibly get some pictures?

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    Look any thing like this ?? Haven't got a clue what it is but a couple of year back new pond new filter ect this happened . I ripped the whole filter and very deep clean very Inch and hadn't had a problem since . . I do believe Bcc on here had some thing very similar as well

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