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  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    4.9

    (14 reviews)

    * Melt Away Surface Forming Ice * Thermostatically Controlled * Cast Aluminum Design The Farm Innovators Floating Pond De Icer is designed to keep your decorative water garden free of potentially harmful surface forming ice in cold climates. A virtually indestructible cast aluminum body houses the…
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    $49.99
  • …cause a pitted and rough ice from all the water droplets hitting the surface let the water flow directly from the hose and allow it to evenly cover the entire rink. If possible use warm water to flood the area. Just like in a Zamboni the warm water melts the surface of ice correcting imperfections…
  • CrystalClear® Spring & Fall Prep

    4.6

    (5 reviews)

    …Formulated for Spring Fall & Winter Replenish winter bacteria loss jump start your biological filters and break down unwanted waste as soon as the ice melts. CrystalClear® Spring & Fall Prep is formulated for the cooler months of the season to accelerate the decomposition of leaves scum and…
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    $19.99 - 31.99
  • …problems by tackling excess nutrients and sunlight. Let's take a closer look at when and how to best use the products. * Pond Dye: As soon as the ice melts on your pond or lake add your Nature's Blue™ Pond Dye. The dye is not temperature-sensitive so it can be used even when water temps are…
    …water crystal clear eliminate noxious pond odors and remove the muck.Start in the Spring You can start with the DefensePac® as soon as the ice melts and water temperatures are consistently above 40°F. The first products in the pack you'll use are Oxy-Lift™ Defense® and Seasonal…
    …on the ice where the hole once was. It'll melt the hole back open - and your fish can breathe a sigh of relief! Be sure not to use sidewalk salt or similar products. Sidewalk salt is made for one simple purpose: to melt ice on your sidewalk. And while it theoretically could be used to melt pond ice
    To salt or not to salt? It's a question hotly debated by koi hobbyists. When used in low doses salt has many health benefits for your fish - but when used in too-high doses it can do more harm than good. Here's what you need to know about adding salt to your pond. Benefits Aplenty Salt isn't just…
    …a pair of floating swan decoys. Swans and geese naturally compete for a nesting space so if you place swan decoys in the pond as soon as the ice melts the geese will find a different nesting area. * Coyote and Alligator Decoys: Geese prefer an open area near water so they can make a quick getaway…
    A long cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen…
    …keep your plants in top performance. From start up to shut down we have tips to help you check off your to-do list.Divvy in Spring When the ice starts to melt it means that spring is just around the corner. Start the pond season off by thawing your green thumb and dividing your aquatic plants so…
    …weather events the water column turns over; the anaerobic layers on the bottom rise to the top bringing with it all those foul-smelling odors. Melting ice releasing all those gases at once can help make a big stink! Pond Life Cycle Understanding a pond's life cycle will help to better understand…
    …a bucket with the bottom cut out over the de-icer after the ice has formed. If you have complete ice cover simply fill a pan with boiling water and place it on the ice until a hole is melted. You never want to chop or saw the ice as the shock waves can stress or even kill your fish. Maintenance…