Hello! So, I got a problem in our fish pond. Everytime it rains (even light pour), unwanted materials and I believe chemical substances are polluting the water, poisoning the fishes. I did some research on effective erosion and sediment solutions but ended up bombarded by information overload. I read about ripraps but found out they're expensive. What other PRACTICAL alternatives are there?
Additional question: Can geotextiles do the trick? I heard about them as well.
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