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  • CrystalClear® PondShock™

    4.7

    (72 reviews)

    …Becomes Cloudy & Discolored * Safe for Use In All Ponds CrystalClear® PondShock™ ball is fortified with billions of all-natural live bacteria and enzymes to rapidly break down ammonia nitrites and organic waste. Designed to give your pond an extra boost it needs during times of change…
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    $19.99
  • Beneficial bacteria are instrumental in keeping a water garden clean and balanced. Beneficial bacteria like those found in The Pond Guy® Nature's Defense® Muck Defense® and Seasonal Defense® live their life noshing on the excess nutrients in your pond converting it into a harmless…
    …news is that muck accumulation is reversible. You can get rid of muck with a one-two punch of beneficial bacteria and aeration. Beneficial Bacteria Billions of beneficial bacteria already live in your pond and work hard to break down pond muck but if you have large amounts of it they are probably…
    …care for your pond for a full six months. Help Out the Beneficial Bacteria To give the microorganisms a performance boost add an aeration system to the pond and increase the water's circulation. Aerobic bacteria require oxygen to live thrive and reproduce. An aeration system such as an Airmax®…
    …do some damage to your pond's inhabitants. Plus if all the water drains out of your filter you could wind up with a loss of the beneficial bacteria that live on the media inside.* Settled Debris: Moving water helps to keep debris suspended in the water column and pulled through the skimmer and…
    …brushes foam pads and other tools. Biological filtration eliminates invisible waste (excess nutrients) by introducing a living tool – aerobic bacteria. Aerobic bacteria attaches themselves to surfaces (rocks plants filter media etc.) and eat away excess nutrients. Aeration – Promotes…
    …forms as an erupting volcano's molten lava cools and hardens – is very porous. When chunks of it live in your filtration system you provide a lot of surface area for beneficial bacteria to colonize and grow. That's what makes it such a great filter media. It does have some drawbacks: * Clogged…
    …use a lake rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae decomposing plants and muck. * Add Beneficial Bacteria: Next add some beneficial bacteria like those found in MuckAway™. The bacteria will head to the bottom of the pond and digest whatever muck remains. Remember that it will take some…
    …nitrates. The nitrates are then reduced by water changes or consumed by aquatic plants and algae.New Pond New Bacteria Nature takes time to establish a healthy population of beneficial bacteria nirosomonas and nitrobacter so when a pond is first started you may want to wait four to six weeks before…
    …treatments like algaecides or water clarifiers. They're not necessary particularly if you use beneficial bacteria stress reducer and an aeration system. * Boost Your Bacteria: Natural beneficial bacteria like those found in The Pond Guy Liquid Clear™ will keep your tank water clean (and give…
    …beneficial bacteria. Solution: Beneficial bacteria like those found in the DefensePAC® are microorganisms that consume excess nutrients and debris and convert them into a harmless gas. When your pond has little to no nutrients to feed the algae it will eventually die off. Beneficial bacteria
    …larvae live on the water surface for four to 14 days and they eat algae plankton fungi and bacteria and other microorganisms that float by. As the little wigglers develop they molt four times and after the fourth molt they go into their pupa stage. Mosquito pupae commonly called tumblers live in the…