MaisieHolmes

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About MaisieHolmes

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    I am an aquaponics enthusiastic organic farmer. I love Nature, Fish and plants. Extensive research in care and maintaining hydro-organic horticulture
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    Nature, Fish Keeping, Aquaponics, Hydroponics, Adventure, Countryside sports

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  1. Fathead minnow may not be a good choice. These are just 2 to 3 inches in size and have a lifespan of just 2 to 3 years. These need a depth of at least 29 inches preferably have some planting. They are also resistant to the bad quality of water and need proper Dissolved Oxygen, I guess. However, good thing is that you can keep them along with all other species of pond fish.