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Aquatic Fertilizer

  • Water Lily & Water Lotus Planting Kits

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …or lotuses. The large deep no-hole tubs provide the perfect space to allow aquatic plants to grow to their full potential. No re-potting needed. These packages include one planting tub planting media and Thrive fertilizer tabs. Plants are sold separately. Click here to view. Avaliable in 2 sizes:…
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    $29.99 - 44.99
  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (69 Reviews)

    …retain water keeping the bog moist but not waterlogged. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media Will not break-down float or cloud pond water. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media contains no algae-promoting nutrients fertilizers compost peat or harmful pesticides and is safe for use in ponds with fish.
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    $15.16 - 29.56
  • Muck or sludge is a horrifying word for many pond keepers so what is it exactly? Muck is the accumulation of decomposing fish waste leaves aquatic vegetation and other organic material that is seen at the bottom of a water garden. When muck is disturbed (e.g. fish swimming nearby) it can enter the…
  • Chapin Pro Series 3 Gallon Pond Sprayer

    4.9

    (8 Reviews)

    * 3 Gallon Tank with Wide Mouth for Easy Cleaning * Designed for Aquatic Algaecides Herbicides & Fertilizers * Sure Spray Anti−Clog Filter & Pressure Relief Valve The Chapin ProSeries 3 Gallon Pond Sprayer is designed for high pressure allowing it to spray up to 23-feet horizontally…
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    $59.99
  • Hikari WheatGerm Fish Food

    4.6

    (5 Reviews)

    …experience this highly nutritious WheatGerm koi food is extremely effective in cooler climates which experience a winter season. Give your koi a jump on this year's show-off months feed Hikari WheatGerm year round. It will have your aquatic pet looking their best while improving their fertility.
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    $10.79 - 177.99
  • …pond. Aquatic Plants – Natural algae control. Aquatic plants are a key part of a balanced pond. They feed on processed fish waste and help reduce algae blooms. Fish waste (before it goes through filtration) can be toxic to aquatic life. However once filtered fish waste becomes fertilizer which…
    …garden there are 5 key components to consider and aquatic plants are one of them. Here are just a few reasons why plants are such an intricate part of any pond ecosystem. * Algae Control: Fish waste and other organic material acts like a fertilizer for vegetation in your pond. Add in some sun and…
    …when the oxygen levels have decreased and nutrients levels of fertilizer runoff or decaying matter has increased. This is typical in a pond that is 3-5 years or older and has previously been treated with only chemicals. While aquatic algaecides and herbicides may be necessary at times they will only…
    …effective plant fertilizer causing weeds and algae to grow prolifically. You may begin to notice emergent weeds like cattails and shoreline grasses growing along the shoreline and a foul smell emanating from the water. Pond owners tend to use reactive treatments like aquatic herbicides and…
    …growing tip. * After the leaves are above water you can move the plant deeper. Fertilize & Tend Through Summer Ensure your plants are getting the nutrients they need to produce vigorous blooms by adding fertilizer tablets every two weeks during the growing season. To keep your colorful beauties…
    …to the surface or even turn the water green. Before treating it is important to understand the varieties of algae and where they live in an aquatic ecosystem. The three most common types of algae found in large ponds or lakes are: * Planktonic Algae: Floating microscopic plants that are suspended…
    …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 treatments are required. The bacteria that make up MuckAway and PondClear are cultured from common natural aquatic ecosystems found throughout…
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