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    …smaller quarters. Choose a tank that's sized appropriately for the number and size of your fish. If you have large koi or a large number of smaller fish a small preformed pond liner would work well. To make the transition easier use a siphon to fill the holding tank with water from your pond. If…
    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…
    …From there move it gently to a quarantine tank for another 30 minutes and continue to monitor for any issues. Finally return it to the pond.Next Steps That's all we have for this one so what's next is up to you! Try adding some pond salt to your koi pond and see how it helps your fish thrive.…
    …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…
    …treating new fish in an isolation tank before being introduced to the pond. * Fungus: Inspect your fish for gray or whitish fungus growths on the scales give the fish cotton like appearance. If only one fish shows signs of fungus place them in an isolation tank and treat with a fungus medication…
    …hole up and never come out it almost defeats the purpose of having koi or goldfish in your pond! Here are a few reasons why your fish may be hiding. New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit…
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