Do the water levels fluctuate much? IE can you plant something and rain water naturally flood it somewhat?
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No way to raise the water level unless I get alot of rain.
Pumping is not an option?
Millet is good
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No pumping is not a option at this time. But I think I have a plan in mind come spring that just might give me that option.
do you have enough land around the pond to build a wetland you could plant then flood using water from the pond?
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duckweed or millet and if you have the cash building a blind would hurt
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Of possible build a levee across a shallow part with a stop gate in it to control water level in said part. When this is done you will have a controlled area that you can plant whatever crop u see fit then flood from the pond to desired depth. It is an undertaking to do but should have quite the reward.