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Ph Level For Koi

  • The Pond Guy pH Stabilizers

    4.7

    (23 Reviews)

    Koi Pond pH Without the Guesswork * Helps Maintain the Best pH for Koi * Safe for Fish Plants & Wildlife Keeping pond pH levels between 6.5 and 8.0 is important for plants and Koi to thrive. For high pH levels in pond water use 1 oz scoop of pH Drop per 1000 gallons to lower pH to a safer level.
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    $14.99
  • API Pond Starter Bundle

    …500 Tests The API Pond Master Test Kit measures the most important levels in your pond quickly and accurately including pH ammonia nitrite and phosphate. This product conducts over 500 tests and is compact and convenient for easy home storage with 6 bottles of liquid test reagent laminated color…
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    $71.99
  • API pH Test Kit 160 Tests

    5.0

    (7 Reviews)

    …Measure Koi Pond pH * Easy−to−Read Color Chart * Test Pond pH from 5.0 − 9.0 Proper pH of pond water is imperative to prevent the harmful effects of too alkaline or too acidic pond water on fish and plant life. The Wide Range water pH Test Kit will test pond pH levels from 5.0…
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    $7.59
  • …reduce that foamy buildup. * Clears Water Stabilizes pH: A water change will also improve the appearance of cloudy water and maintain pH levels resulting in a pristine pond filled with happy fish lush greenery and clean water. To keep stress levels down among your fish we recommend doing partial…
    …fish--mainly trout koi and goldfish--to the acidifying chemicals found in algaecides and herbicides. If you have high carbonate hardness or hard water that contains more than 50 ppm of the minerals the fish are less likely be affected. As always read the product label before use and for these more…
    for chlorine or heavy metals found in city and tap water. Chlorine can cause burns in fish and on their gills which in turn will cause even more fish stress. You can accomplish this by adding The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus. You should also test pond water for acceptable pH and nitrate levels in…
    …it's your friendliest koi or goldfish. Learn what to look for and how to care for your finned friends. Warning Signs Lack of appetite open sores flashing rubbing or gasping at the surface are all warning signs that your fish are under the weather. Inspect your fish for red sores on fins or mouths…
    for a week or two in a separate tub to be sure they don't have any parasites or fungal infections that could infect the rest of your population. Water Changes Fish can also become skittish and hide after water changes. Any change to their environment - like the water quality pH level or oxygen level
    pH and carbonate hardness. Some algaecides like Algae Defense work best when water temperatures are above 60°F. Many algaecides are copper based and should not use with koi trout or goldfish unless carbonate hardness (KH) is above 50 ppm. Also remember to take a look at the product label for any…
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