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Copper Remover

  • API Pond Chlorine & Heavy Metal Neutralizer

    …water but it can be highly toxic to koi and other pond fish. Chlorine and heavy metals like copper lead and zinc can irritate or destroy fish tissue lowering oxygen uptake. Fortunately this product will instantly remove these harmful toxins from tap water making it safe for your fish and plants.
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    $23.29
  • Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting Fountain Add-On Kit

    …•Mechanical Filtration to Remove Debris Aquascape Downspout Filter is the first step in capturing filtering and reusing rainwater. It can be buried out of sight at the base of a downspout. Incoming rainwater is passed through a series of mechanical filters that remove leaves twigs seeds and…
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    $1529.99
  • Blue Thumb AquaBox Basins

    …Fountains * Includes Removable Top Panels & Center Support * Holds up to 2000 lbs of Weight & 220 gal of Water Blue Thumb AquaBox Basins are a lightweight supportive base for large and heavy decorative fountains. These basins are ideal for vases real stone fountains copper fountains and triple…
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    $549.99 - 1139.99
  • …water temperature pH and carbonate hardness. Some algaecides like Algae Defense work best when water temperatures are above 60F. Many algaecides are copper based and should not use with koi trout or goldfish unless carbonate hardness (KH) is above 50 ppm. Also remember to take a look at the product…
  • GreenClean Granular Algaecide

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    (19 Reviews)

    * Control Algae Blooms At First Sight * Clear String Algae From Streams & Waterfalls * Remove Excess Organic Debris GreenClean Granular Algaecide is a non-copper based algaecide that works on contact to control algae in ornamental ponds watering gardens and other water features. Through its patented…
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    $26.99 - 59.99
  • …and chemical-free that can help. In this guide we'll dive into more detail about the best pond algae removers to help keep your pond clean and clear. Most importantly we'll cover how to remove algae from your pond without harming fish.Chemical Treatments If you have an existing algae problem and…
    …read the product label before use and for these more sensitive fish you may also choose to use an algaecide or herbicide that does not contain copper to avoid any issues. Measuring Minerals If you're curious about your water's carbonate hardness level or you plan to use an algaecide or herbicide…
    …roof and into your downspouts. Instead of the water flowing onto your lawn it will pass a series of mechanical filters that are hidden from view removing leaves twigs seeds and small sediment before it flows through a pipe system diverting the water to another area or to an underground rainwater…
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