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Janet Payne from Fairdealing, MO asks:
The pond on our property has "turned over" twice this year during extreme temperature changes early this summer. The first time it did it, it killed what catfish we had left in the pond at the time. It cleared up in a couple of days later but about two weeks ago we had another extreme temperature change during a twenty-four hour period and it turned again , this time , however, it hasn't righted itself. It is still murky looking and brownish. Lots of turtles in it too but the geese we had stopping by have quit getting in it and have gone on the the neighboring ponds with their young. What is the best way to fix this problem ?? Short of draining the pond ?? It is a really pretty pond usually.

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