Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds.

Dennis A Hansell, C. E. Boyd

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Abstract

Hydrated lime is not as suitable as agricultural limestone for increasing pH and total alkalinity in soft water ponds, but small amounts of hydrated lime may be applied during dry summer months to increase alkalinity for several weeks in ponds that have such high water exchange rates during wetter months that conventional applications of agricultural limestone are ineffective. -from Sport Fishery Abstracts

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies
Pages49-58
Number of pages10
Volume34
StatePublished - 1980
Externally publishedYes

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Hansell, D. A., & Boyd, C. E. (1980). Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds. In Proceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies (Vol. 34, pp. 49-58)

Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds. / Hansell, Dennis A; Boyd, C. E.

Proceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies. Vol. 34 1980. p. 49-58.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Hansell, DA & Boyd, CE 1980, Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds. in Proceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies. vol. 34, pp. 49-58.
Hansell DA, Boyd CE. Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds. In Proceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies. Vol. 34. 1980. p. 49-58
Hansell, Dennis A ; Boyd, C. E. / Uses of hydrated lime in fish ponds. Proceedings - Annual Conference, Southeastern Association, Fish & Wildlife Agencies. Vol. 34 1980. pp. 49-58
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