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  • The Pond Guy® DefensePAC® Pond Care Packages

    4.7

    (181 reviews)

    …and unnecessary guesswork. The Pond Guy DefensePAC combats common pond problems such as substandard water quality unwanted muck built up debris and poor fish health. The DefensePAC is available in two sizes both of which are packaged in a re-sealable bucket with complete easy-to-follow instructions.
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    $89.99 - 139.99
  • The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower Fish Food

    4.7

    (58 reviews)

    …contains 40% protein for fast fish growth while providing balanced nutrition to increase resistance to common diseases. This medium-sized pellet is great for all game fish and comes in a 17 pound resealable bucket for easy storage. Pellets last up to 5 years and are approximately 3.0 mm in size.
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    $24.99
  • CrystalClear® Nature's Choice™

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    * Naturally Polishes Pond Water * Continues Working Up To 3 Months * Easy to Apply CrystalClear Nature's Choice is made from 100% natural barley straw pellets. Pelletized barley contains powerful water clarification elements that are released when the pellets start to breakdown within the pond. One…
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    $15.99 - 23.99
  • CrystalClear® WheatGerm Fish Food

    4.7

    (3 reviews)

    * Easily Digestible Ingredients * Perfect for Both Koi & Goldfish * Great for Transitioning Into & Out of Winter CrystalClear WheatGerm floating pellet fish food is specifically designed to ease koi & goldfish into and out of the cold winter months. WheatGerm's cold water contains 28%…
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    $19.99 - 29.99
  • …your pump for the winter to prevent the risk of damaging your pump and not providing enough oxygen for your fish. To winterize your pump submerge it in a 5-gallon bucket filled with water to keep the seals lubricated. Store the bucket where it will not freeze (e.g. basement heated garage etc.).
    …through the ice with your hatchet or pickaxe to create an opening large enough for a bucket or garden hose. Build a ring of snow around the hole for future reference. * Step 6: Ice the surface  Fill your bucket with pond water and pour it onto the exposed ice sheet. If you're using a hose siphon…
    …* Aqua Gloves™ For Draining & Cleaning: * Submersible pump and drain hose * ClearVac™ Pond Vacuum * Fish Net * Pruning Tools * Bucket (large enough for your pump) * Soft Cloth * White Vinegar or CLR For Jumpstarting Biological Filters: * Stress Reducer Plus * Seasonal Defense®…
    …the best treatment. Here are our best tips to get a proper identification and treatment option: * Take one photo by placing your weed sample in a bucket of water to see movement and leaf structure. * Take one photo of the sample in your hand or spread out on a white sheet of paper. * Include your…
    …accumulated organic debris. Manual Removal Although not the easiest or most fun job you can remove some of the pond muck with a Pond & Beach Rake and a bucket or wheelbarrow. You can increase the effectiveness of MuckAway and MuckAway TL by raking out any large long-to-decompose debris from the pond…
    …absolutely necessary. These filters are where your beneficial bacteria grow and thrive. If these filters need to be cleaned we recommended using a bucket of pond water to gently swish them in. This will keep the good bacteria in their natural habitat. If it is necessary to power clean them or…
    …corner of the pond with a piece of plywood and placing the de-icer under it will block the wind and hold in some heat. You can also try placing a bucket with the bottom cut out over the de-icer after the ice has formed. If you have complete ice cover simply fill a pan with boiling water and place it…
    …and composition will be different than their winter housing so it is important to slowly introduce them to their new home. Bring fish out in a bucket and periodically add a small amount of pond water every 5-10 minutes. This will give your fish time to adjust to the water variations and avoid…