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Microbe Lift Planting

  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (70 Reviews)

    * Encourage Plant Health * Does Not Cloud Pond Water * Safe For All Fish & Aquatic Life Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media is made of 100% natural montmorillonite with an added beneficial bacteria to help with pond clarity. The neutral pH pebbles in Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media contain…
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    $15.16 - 29.56
  • Microbe-Lift Bloom & Grow Aquatic Plant Supplement

    4.8

    (13 Reviews)

    * Nitrate & Phosphate Free * Formulated For Aquatic Plants * Contains Micro & Macro Nutrients Microbe-Lift Bloom & Grow has been specially formulated for aquatic plants of all types. Use this low analysis supplement (0.10-0-0.10) once or twice a week for larger brighter and faster blooms as…
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    $10.79 - 53.19
  • Microbe-Lift Barley Straw Pellets

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    …which soften pond water and reduce the negative effects of phosphates. Microbe-Lift Barley Straw Pellets may also buffer pH and control some alkalinity depending on level and length of use. Safe for fish plants pets and pond wildlife. Note: Mesh Media Bags are not included. Click here to purchase.
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    $21.19 - 31.16
  • …4 - Make adjustments. While there is no water in the pond this is the perfect time to check for any plants that look overgrown or need to be divided and repotted. For more information see Plant Maintenance - Season by Season. Check low areas around the pond's edge. Fill in any area that the soil…
    …freeze like your basement. Step 4 - Trim Back Aquatic Plants As winter approaches plants will naturally fall into a dormant state. To winterize hardy plants use your pruning tools to trim off dead foliage just above the soil. If your plants are in pots move the pot to the pond's bottom to protect…
    …a sunken appearance. * Anchor Worm: These white string-like worms and their larvae can be introduced to your pond when adding new fish or aquatic plants. Once the worms have attached to the body of the fish red sores or inflammation may appear at the point of attachment. Tweezers are often used to…
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