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Both most usual sorts of algae that thrive in fish ponds are planktonic and filamentous algae. The planktonic algae turn the pond right into green, soupy water. Small populace of planktonic algae is regular for the fish pond's food web; nevertheless, too much development of planktonic algae aggravates the pond environment that could be harmful for the aquatic life

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