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Q.Mud On Path !!

Zone PA28 6JR(Kintyre--Scotland) | Anonymous added on May 5, 2024 | Answered

Pond(see photo)-fibreglass circular salmon fisheries tank–no leaks. Around pond- rocks. Between rocks plants overgrowing down to ground level. When it rains, path is full of muddy water from soil between plants being washed down. How can I stop it? How can I permanently seal ALL AROUND at ground level to stop mud coming out? Those couple of stones I placed there did nothing to stop the leakage. I am 76–widow -need simple solution ? Thanks

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Answered on May 6, 2024

It seems like you need to stop the flow from the origin. The water level is very high, can you reduce the water level? Also, add groundcover plants down the sides to absorb the water and stop the mud or add a thicker level of plants at the top.




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