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  • API® Ammonia Test Kit

    4.0

    (1 reviews)

    …fish other fish excrete and decaying plant matter. Low traces of ammonia can be very toxic to your fish. The pond Ammonia Test Kit measures ammonia levels from 0 - 8ppm and contains enough solution for 130 tests. This kit includes test solutions glass test tube with cap color chart instructions.
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    $10.55
  • API® Pond Master Test Kit

    4.5

    (22 reviews)

    * Test Water For pH Ammonia & Nitrite * Instructional Booklet On Water Testing * Easy To Read Color Charts Pond Master Test Kit is a complete kit for testing tap water and pond water. This kit includes 4 tests to protect pond fish from dangerous water conditions. The Pond Master Test Kit tests
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    $28.99
  • …with an aeration system like the The Pond Guy Pond Aerator. Also be sure to check your water quality with a water test kit like the Pond Master Test Kit that measures ammonia and pH and correct it if necessary.  Additionally to give your fish the ability to keep stress at bay The Pond…
    …Prepare your water before adding fish into your pond to keep them safe. Throughout the first four to six weeks monitor ammonia and nitrite levels using a master test kit. Once the test indicates that your levels are safe the pond is ready for fish. Start by adding only a few small fish at first to…
    …stress they may retreat to their favorite hiding spots. To keep the water quality as even as possible test your water's pH ammonia nitrite and phosphate levels regularly using a commercial water testing kit. You'll also want to keep your water well-aerated using a diffuser like the Pond Aerator to…
    …isolation tank with vigorous aeration and a mix of pond salt with MelaFix. After treatment it is a good idea to keep ammonia levels down with aeration partial water changes and testing the water often.* Oxygen Deprivation: Seen in ponds with out a sufficient aeration kit chemical overdose or…
    …beneficial bacteria and reduce filter seed time. Once everything is back in place start your pumps and let the water flow. Be sure to test your water for ammonia before adding your fish. See our article on Understanding the Nitrogen Cycle for tips on how to know when your pond is ready. * Acclimate…
    …nitrite ammonia and phosphate. Too much nitrite ammonia and phosphate in the water can wreak havoc with fish and plants. If the pH of the water is too high or too low the fish can become stressed and will be more susceptible to sickness and disease. The Master Test Kit contains four tests and easy…