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Oxygen Test

    Algae is a common nuisance to pond owners, especially in the summer. Sunshine, warm temperatures, reduced oxygen levels and an abundance of nutrients nurture the tiny organisms, and in no time they may take over your pond. Algae Explained Algae does not have a defined root system and often floats on…
    …to keep ammonia levels down with aeration, partial water changes and testing the water often. Oxygen Deprivation: Seen in ponds with out a sufficient aeration kit, chemical overdose or overcrowding. Ponds with low levels of oxygen may cause fish to gasp for air at the surface often or hang out by…
    …pH of the water is too high or too low the fish can become stressed and will be more susceptible to sickness and disease. The Master Test Kit contains four tests and easy to read color charts so you will be confidant in your answers. Fish Keep an eye on how much you feed your fish. Overfeeding can…
    …adding fish into your pond to keep them safe. Throughout the first four to six weeks, monitor ammonia and nitrite levels using a master test kit. Once the test indicates that your levels are safe, the pond is ready for fish. Start by adding only a few small fish at first to see how well they do…
    …water back into the pond be sure to add Stress Reducer PLUS to remove any contaminates in the water. TIP: Water Test Kits are an easy way to determine if your pond is balanced, so test often to keep fish safe.Pay Attention Give your fish a boost with quality nutrition like Spring & Fall Fish…