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Holding Tank

    …Gel Step 1 - Prepare a holding tank. Before you begin it is helpful to wear waders and Aqua Gloves for the entire process or be sure to keep them handy. Prepare a holding tank for your fish by using a clean kiddie pool holding tank or even a Rubbermaid Tub. Your holding tank should be placed near…
  • IVy Bag UTV 100 Gallon Bladder

    …gardens trees and other landscape. Great as an RV waste tank or for chemical storage. Note: The 100 Gallon IVy Bag is NOT designed to be used for potable water. Fill It - Use It - Fold It •Large-capacity: When filled this bladder can hold up to 100 gallons of fluid. •Varied uses: Built for…
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    $169.99
  • FlushPACS Septic System Treatment

    4.7

    (15 Reviews)

    …Fast Acting Enzymes Break Down Waste * Reduce Septic Tank Build-Up * Just Flush Down Toilet To Treat Prevent septic backups and repairs with Airmax FlushPACS. A septic backup is a costly ugly smelly mess. Excess solids in the septic holding tank can buildup and cause unexpected backups and expensive…
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    $7.99 - 12.99
  • …stress for all involved. The Gear To prepare your fish's winter home you'll need some special supplies including: * Stock Tank or Holding Tank: The Container you choose to hold your fish should be made of fish safe materials and be cleaned thoroughly before use. This will be your indoor pond area.…
    From purchasing fry holding tanks to choosing the perfect fish to mate you can go to great lengths if you're serious about koi fish breeding. For more casual homeowners however there are still several easy steps you can take to encourage successful koi spawning without turning it into a full-time…
    …directly on the weed. The Pond Sprayer holds 3 gallons of treatment solution and is designed for use with pond chemicals. This sprayer features a wide-mouth fill top that minimizes accidental spills a brass corrosive-resistant nozzle and a high-pressure tank that allows you to spray hard to reach…
    …Quarantine Newbies Before adding new fish into the pond quarantine them in a separate tank and look for any signs of disease for two to four weeks. You can also apply a preventative treatment in the tank like KnockOut Plus for seven days just to make sure they have no contagious diseases. Keep…
    …sure they are feeling ready to travel. Some common signs to look for are clamped fins open sores or separating themselves from other fish in the tank. Choosing a fish that is healthy right from the start ensures more successful transportation. Transportation Home Your newly purchased fish are…
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