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  • The Pond Guy AllClear G2 Pressurized Filtration System

    5.0

    (111 Reviews)

    …One Powerful Unit * Backflush Feature for Easy Cleaning * Perfect For Existing or New Ponds The totally redesigned AllClear G2 combines quality performance and ease of use. Ensuring no detail was left out this filter was designed in Germany exclusively for The Pond Guy. Filtration begins with a high…
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    $344.99 - 638.98
  • Aquascape Patio Ponds Container Water Garden Filter

    …prevent clogging filter sponge and activated carbon insert for both biological and mechanical filtration. Aquascape also includes an adjustable spray bar and venturi aerator to increase water movement and boost oxygen levels for patio pond fish. The Container Water Garden Filter is simple to install…
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    $26.38
  • …nutrients from the water column. As the water passes through the pond filter debris is removed and collected in the filter box or skimmer. Filters are rated based on the pond size but for water gardens with high fish loads a larger filter may be needed.Problem: Lack of Beneficial Bacteria Solution:…
    …vision health. Beyond fish health pond salt is also inexpensive lasts for years in proper storage and won't harm your filter or any other equipment you're using.The Right Type of Salt for Koi Ponds It's critical to keep in mind that all salts are not good to use in your koi pond. Adding a scoop of…
    …area for their fish to roam and grow. Koi ponds also utilize bottom drains and large amounts of water flow to create ideal breeding conditions. These typically rely on heavy duty filtration systems and UV sterilizers and are much more complex then the pond skimmers pressurized filters and waterfall…
    …You Have Many Fish? The more fish in your pond the more oxygen you'll need--which means you'll need more aeration and possible additional filtration to help keep the water clean. Unless you have a filter large enough to handle the fish load we recommend keeping one 6- to 8-inch fish per 10 square…
    …pump for your UV Clarifier. Options UV clarifiers can be run inline or as part of your filter system. Which type you choose will depend on your preference and pond's set up. * The Pond Guy UltraUV: Designed for ponds up to 500 gallons and pumps up to 2650 GPH. The UltraUV sits outside your pond and…
  • The Pond Guy BioBalls Filter Media

    4.8

    (31 Reviews)

    …porous stone. The bio ball conforms to the shape of your filter box are easy to clean and last forever. Each box contains approximately 200 BioBalls and filters around 1000 gallons of pond water with a minimal fish load. Use with mesh filter media bag (bag sold separately) to contain BioBalls (up to…
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    $39.99
  • …closely in your filter and you'll probably see some of these worm-sized mud huts. A Tasty Fish Treat Don't worry: These little guys won't harm your pond or your fish. In fact if one wriggles its way into your pond it will be a welcome treat for your fish. Goldfish and other smaller fish will gobble…
    …than 55°F use some PL Gel on your filter media and let it set for 1-2 hours before putting it back in your filter unit. Good filtration starts with good media. When starting your pond in the spring and periodically through the season make sure to check filters are in good working order. Doing so…
    pond too as they can break fast-moving currents and provide a resting place for fish. Plants Plants are the most natural type of fish habitat for ponds. Plants not only provide shelter block sunlight and help prevent erosion but they also act as filters to help reduce the nutrient load in the pond
    …well-aerated using a diffuser like the Pond Aerator to be sure the fish get an ample supply of oxygen. Also be sure to check your filtration system regularly cleaning or replacing filter media as needed. Predators Imagine looking up and seeing a clawed paw grab for you or a sharp beak slice through…
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