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  • Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep

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    …enzymes cellulase-producing bacteria and a cold-weather bacteria. The cellulase enzymes along with the cellulase-producing bacteria are the key to accelerating the breakdown of leaves organic sediment and sludge all winter long. The cold weather bacteria and liquid bacteria take care of the initial…
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  • …your pond or lake add your Nature's Blue Pond Dye. The dye is not temperature-sensitive so it can be used even when water temps are too cold for beneficial bacteria products. Pond Dye does more than color your water and add to your landscape's aesthetic; it also shades it from sunlight which can…
    …feeding your fish entirely until spring. Step 8 - Add Seasonal Defense Even with a thorough cleaning some debris will remain in your pond. Cold weather bacteria such as Seasonal Defense Spring & Fall Prep should be used until water temperatures fall below 40°F. Seasonal Defense will further…
    …pond before you begin to feed them. Step 10 - Clean up & add natural bacteria. Give your pond a boost by adding your first dose of Seasonal Defense. This cold water beneficial bacteria helps replenish winter bacteria loss to further boost biological filters and break down waste. Follow up with…
    …detritus as possible so very little will be decomposing - and releasing harmful gasses - through the cold months. * Add some beneficial bacteria. In the fall you will want to add some beneficial bacteria like The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense. When your water temperatures are between 50-40 degrees. It…
    …between. So don't worry: The ones living in your pond - likely a type of green aquatic frog or bullfrog - can handle some cold or frozen conditions. Frogs are so good at the cold life in fact that portions of their bodies will partially freeze. Ice crystals form in places like the body cavity…
    …balanced ecosystem is natural bacteria. These bacteria break down excess organic material leaving behind a clean pond. With the different options for bacteria products out there you may be asking yourself if you actually need more than one. After all bacteria is bacteria right? As it turns out not…
    A long cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen…
    …to Bacteria - Though you will not have fish waste or decomposing leaves in your basin since it is covered nutrients can still accumulate and lead to algae growth. Regularly using a beneficial bacteria such as FeatureClear will be an essential part of keeping your water clean. Beneficial bacteria
    …agitated enough to naturally aerate it and maintain good water quality. Have you ever swam in your pond and felt very cold water at your feet? Many pond owners believe these cold zones indicate a spring-fed pond. In reality it is likely caused by a thermocline or the separation of water layers based…
    …of your pond water. Most of us have at one time or another jumped into a pool too early in the summer only to find that the water is unimaginably cold. Those of you who have been in that situation understand why you will want to take your time with the acclimation process. Now that the water on both…
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