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I own a 19 acre farm pond stocked tha is overpopulated with largemouth bass. What should I do to economically correct tihs problem. Also, if I were to set up a fertilization schedual for the pond how often would it need fertilizing and with what. If I have aimlessly wandered somewhere I shouldn't be asking this question please accept my appoligies.



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I have no idea where you live, but in Illinois, the Department of Natural Resources will help you with this problem. You should contact your state's agency. When I was involved with this type of problem in the past (20 years ago) the state preformed these requests for pond stabilizations at no charge.

Steve Sample



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