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Floating Food

  • The Pond Guy Staple Fish Food

    4.8

    (75 Reviews)

    …This summer staple fish food formula provides a balanced diet of vitamins minerals and amino acids. Perfect for all pond fish. The Pond Guy Staple Fish Food floats on the water's surface and quickly softens for easy digestion. This easily digestible pond fish food promotes good water quality…
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    $7.99 - 79.99
  • The Pond Guy Growth & Vibrance Fish Food

    4.9

    (70 Reviews)

    …& Vibrance Floating Fish Food contains a high protein color-enhancing diet to promote growth and intensify colors in koi. The high 38% protein fish food formula promotes growth while Spirulina and Stabilized Vitamin C are added for enhanced color. High protein fish food pellets last up…
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    $15.99 - 149.99
  • The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Fish Food

    4.9

    (89 Reviews)

    …Based Food for Easy Digestion The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Floating Fish Food contains an easy-to-digest formula for cooler temperatures. This wheatgerm fish food formula is key for transitioning koi and goldfish into and out of this cold weather. The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Floating Fish Food
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    $12.99 - 119.99
  • API Pond Fish Food

    5.0

    (2 Reviews)

    …summer with API Pond Fish Food. Each 3/16-Inch floating pellet contains a high amount of protein vitamins and minerals. This nutritional diet will keep your finned friends happy but fish will produce less waste and ammonia for clean and clear pond water. API Pond Fish Food has a 3-year shelf life…
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    $16.59 - 23.99
  • Hikari Oranda Gold Fish Food

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    * Color Enhancing Goldfish Daily Diet * Excellent For Long Term Health * 1/8 Diameter Floating Small Pellets Hikari Oranda Gold Fish Food was developed specifically to promote prominent head growth while enhancing the coloration of goldfish kept indoors where adequate UV rays are not available to…
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    $12.99
  • …used to their new home and used to one another they'll eventually come out of hiding. Encourage them to be social by tossing some floating food like Staple Fish Food into the pond. That'll bring them to the surface! A word of advice: Before adding new fish to your pond remember to quarantine them…
    …where there's an abundance of organics from debris and fish waste. They spend their time attached to the container's solid surface and eat as food floats by. Midge flies lay their eggs in water preferring it to be still clear dark and safe from critters like fish and frogs that nosh on the larvae…
    …your pump's impeller for debris and changing your UV bulb on a regular basis are only part of the upkeep. Removing debris floating in the water such as leaves and uneaten fish food is another important element in the health of your pond. Here are some useful tools: 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool…
    …hoops like a dolphin or fetch a floating ball like a Labrador but they can be conditioned to recognize your footsteps and come to the water's edge for a visit. Simply feed your fish from the same place consistently and before long they'll learn to go there for food and even learn to eat from your…
    floating and submerged plants also absorb excess nutrients in the water and shade the pond's surface which can help prevent algae attacks and protect your fish from hungry herons and raccoons. Here are the various types of aquatic plants: * Floating Plants: Water Hyacinth Frogbit and other floating
    …ensure a hole stays open in the ice. Step 7 - Switch to Wheatgerm Fish Food If you haven't already now is the time to switch your fish o a wheatgerm based diet. Wheatgerm food such as The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Fish Food are easier to digest in cooler temperatures and will sustain your fish…
    …algae is the floating microscopic vegetation that is the source of the pea soup type of blooms that color your pond shades of green blue-green brown or variations in between. In controlled amounts this type of algae in your water garden can beneficial as it is the start of the pond food chain. This…
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