Suction Grid Pond Construction: Tips & Trade Secrets Revealed

Published on February 24, 2016

Imagine, if you will, a beautiful-looking, natural pond with stone, rocks and gravel that doesn’t require an annual drain and spring clean — a pond that only requires a couple of minutes of weekly maintenance, with water so clear that the fish appear to be floating in air, not swimming in water.

PR_web_Suction Grid Mockup ImageI’ve personally field-tesed and researched the controversial pond construction philosophy using undergravel suction grids over the last decade, and my results might surprise you. I have compiled a formula using 11 ingredients, and the results have been amazing. I share th
em with you in my new book, “Suction Grid Pond Design Secrets.”

In addition to a full rundown of my field-tested results over 10 years of research and development, I also share some new trade secrets, detailed construction diagrams and easy-to-read schematics for your own application. Contact me directly for pre-order specials.

Eric Triplett – The Pond Digger

eric@theponddigger.com

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