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Algaecide Safe For Fish

  • CrystalClear® PondShock™

    4.7

    (72 reviews)

    …times of change such as spring start-up after using an algaecide after a storm after a fish spawn or when new fish have been added. PondShock also helps jump-start your biological filters in the spring to reduce ammonia spikes when new fish are added to the pond. A great alternative to chemicals…
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    $19.99
  • …keep fish safe.Pay Attention Give your fish a boost with quality nutrition like Spring & Fall Fish Food in cooler months or Growth & Vibrance Fish Food in the summer. Fish feeding is also a great way to get to know them and what is normal or abnormal behavior. When visiting the pond look for
    for aquatic use have none of these warnings because they have not been tested for their effects on the pond habitat. In fact some products can actually be considered a contaminant to the aquatic environment - and you don't want that right?Obey the EPA Even if you don't consume your game fish swim in…
    …make it easier to catch your fish with the least amount of stress for all involved.The Gear To prepare your fish's winter home you'll need some special supplies including: * Stock Tank or Holding Tank: The Container you choose to hold your fish should be made of fish safe materials and be cleaned…
    …possible environment for beneficial bacteria improving overall water quality and habitat for fish and wildlife. While beneficial bacteria exist naturally in just about every aquatic environment in many cases they cannot keep up with the demand of most ponds and lakes. To compensate for this bacteria…
    …in your pond pond dye is completely safe for agriculture and irrigation purposes. Immediately after treatment you can use your pond for recreation fishing and other activities. It's safe for swimming ponds as well as watering horses livestock birds pets fish and wildlife.Pond Shading Excessive…
    …snails will need a bit of time to get used to their new home. Just like fish it is best to acclimate them slowly especially in chilly early-season waters. Add some pond water to the bag and float or hold them in the water for a few minutes out of direct sunlight. Once acclimated leave them in a…