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    Creating a mini-ecosystem of your pond with a Jar Test will help you diagnose your pond problem. If you have green tea-colored or murky water doing the Jar Test will you to determine what is causing the clarity issue. It's Simple Take a clear glass jar dunk it in your pond fill it up with pond water…
    …algae growth odors and even fish kills. This can all be especially true during the warmer months of the year. Test Your Pond's Temperature If you think your aerator isn't doing its job it's easy to diagnose: Just take your pond's temperature! Recording temperature readings from various areas…
    …mouth rot and dropsy. * Fin/Mouth Rot: Look for color fading and ragged or decaying tissue around the mouth or fins. The first step is to test the water and do partial water change because this is only seen when water conditions are poor. Next treat with WipeOut or other bacterial medications. *…
    …pH of the water is too high or too low the fish can become stressed and will be more susceptible to sickness and disease. The Master Test Kit contains four tests and easy to read color charts so you will be confident in your answers. Fish Keep an eye on how much you feed your fish. Overfeeding can…
    …be open so your water-loving dog has a place to play you can test your green-thumb with something new or find a new hobby in fish-keeping. If that is the case opt for the AllClear Ecosystem Pond Kit. * Do you need a professional? You do not have to be a DIY champion to make your water garden dreams…
    …new water back into the pond be sure to add Stress Reducer Plus to remove any contaminates in the water. TIP: Water Test Kits are an easy way to determine if your pond is balanced so test often to keep fish safe. Pay Attention Give your fish a boost with quality nutrition like Spring & Fall Fish…
    …four to six weeks monitor ammonia and nitrite levels using a master test kit. Once the test indicates that your levels are safe the pond is ready for fish. Start by adding only a few small fish at first to see how well they do before adding more. Pro Tip: Keep in mind as the fish grow they will…
    …but can be found in a variety of colors as globs or even as a foamy scum. Generally these mats or films are thick and spread rapidly. What can you do to help keep your pond or lake from being affected? While there is no guarantee your pond or lake will never experience this type of bloom following…
    …algae. Pond dye actively blocks specific portions of the sunlight spectrum slowing growth and keeping your water clear and clean. Note that pond dyes do not inhibit growth of emergent plants (e.g. cattails) or floating plants (e.g. water lily). For more information on aquatic plants and weeds and…
    …have clumping roots runners or rhizomes and the dividing process will vary slightly based on which type of root mass the plant has. Here's what to do: * Lift the pot out of the water and gently remove the root mass. * Wash the soil off the mass with your hose and trim any dead foliage. * Divide the…
    …for an indoor tank. Maintenance Caring for your fish in their indoor digs is similar to what you do when they're outside. Because the living quarters are cramped check your water parameters with a test kit once a week or so to ensure the water quality is safe. Also check your water levels and add…
    …make contact. Because algae does not have a defined root system it will just keep growing. So it is better to leave the algae as-is before treating. Test the Water Prior to selecting an algaecide check the water temperature pH and carbonate hardness. Some algaecides like Algae Defense work best when…
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