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How many grass carps are needed for a 1 acre pond?

Asked: Jaime Zapatero, Date Created:

Grass carp should be at least 8 inches long when stocked to avoid predation. Grass carp are usually stocked at rates ranging from 5 to 12 per acre. The 10 to 12 per acre stocking rate generally removes all submersed aquatic plants and most emersed aquatic plants within 2 years.

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