Ponds Magazine Fall 2007
Make & Maintain
6 Autumn Leaves, Pond Headaches
Falling leaves in beautiful hues mean glorious pains in pond maintenance.
Story and photos by Gerry Bucsis & Barbara Somerville
14 Back to Life
Simple steps rehabilitate your old or inherited pond.
by Mike Garcia
26 Q&A: Equipment
Get your club on track and save.
by Orest Protch
30 Make a Boulder Statement
Stone provides the finishing touch to water features.
by Lori Luechtefeld
36 Koi Health Update
Find the latest news about - and tips to prevent - koi herpes virus.
by Julie Mancini
42 Q&A: Fish
Stay frost- and parasite-free.
by Sandra Yosha, DVM, PhD
44 Q&A: Plants
Stop bugging me and my plants.
by Marilyn Cook
48 Captivating Beauty Revealed
Beautiful, simple, classic - take your pond to the next level with lotus.
by Tom Barthel
Culture & Community
78 Back to Pool School
Turn your passion for ponds into a paying position.
by Tamara Kilbane
86 Web Water Logs
Online journaling helps build community among pond keepers.
by A. Souza
90 Say Goodbye to Summer
Top autumn aids to ease the shift to winter.
92 Pond Products
99 Extended Event Calendar
99 Ad Index
102 Photo Contest Announcement
104 One Last Look
54 Confessions of a Lotus Hunter
Wild jungles, steep language barriers and shake-downs by Russian police won't stop one man's search for the perfect aquatic.
Story and photos by Grant Mitchell
66 Pumpkin Party
Get into the spirit and host a Halloween party full of kid-friendly fun.
Story and photos by Jean Fogle
70 Pond Paths
Finding the right paving is a stone's throw away.
Story and photos by Keith Davitt
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