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    …a while costs for repopulating could really add up. When Good Bacteria goes Bad Plants and fish will generally be safe if too much beneficial bacteria is added. Trouble occurs when there is a lot of organic buildups numerous beneficial bacteria and inadequate aeration. Like fish and other aquatic…
  • CrystalClear PondShock

    4.8

    (151 Reviews)

    …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 and does wonders to balance your pond ecosystem.
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    $19.99
  • Complete Aquatics IonMate Electronic Clarifier

    …reduces pond maintenance and provides crystal clear water without the use of chemicals. This ion pond clarifying system only uses 99.99% pure copper alloy probes; it does not use residual bactericidal silver or zinc fillers. It is EPA registered and safe to use around fish plants and pets.
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    $118.78 - 359.99
  • …the chemicals' half life which is how long the substances remain in the environment before breaking down enough to be considered non-toxic. Safer for Your Pond Visitors If you use unapproved chemicals in your pond or lake you could be doing harm to not only the ecosystem but also to your fish your…
    …among your fish we recommend doing partial water changes as soon as water temperatures reach 50° F. In addition be sure to add some Stress Reducer Plus and Nature's Defense to your water. The Stress Reducer Plus forms a beneficial slime coat on your fish and makes tap water safe for them and…
    …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…
    …to kill algae in a pond quickly chemical treatments are the way to go. Selecting the best algaecide for your pond will depend on the types of pond algae you are looking to treat. For fine planktonic algae that causes green water Algae D-Solv or other liquid chemicals are a great option. If you're…
    …with chemicals to reduce algae or mold that can be harmful to fish and may tear easily. Instead stick with EPDM rubber pond liner. It is safe for fish plants and wildlife and is the ideal product for a natural look.Pond Liner Calculation in Feet To begin obtain measurements (in feet) for the longest…
    …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…
    …biological pesticide just for mosquitoes. They're safe for use around fish and plants and they provide relief for up to 30 days.* Put Mosquito Fish to Work: If you don't already have a fish population living in your lake consider adding some mosquito fish which are small fish that gobble the…
    …impossible number to comprehend. That's a lot of microorganisms. With all those different types of bacteria it's safe to say that not all bacteria work the same way. PondClear and MuckAway for example both contain human- and animal-safe bacteria that will reduce nutrients and improve the overall…
    …and instructions on a chemical before using it in your pond. When provided by the manufacturer we list this information in the Usage section on the product's webpage. The best way to keep your snails fish and water healthy is to proactively manage your pond. For tips check out our article…
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