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Plant Fertilizer

  • CrystalClear Thrive

    4.8

    (40 Reviews)

    …Thrive is designed to deliver the needed nutrients to keep your aquatic plants growing vigorous and beautiful all season long. Each easy to use tablet is filled with essential nutrients that feed potted aquatic plants. Simply use one to two tablet for every gallon of soil every two to four weeks…
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    $7.99 - 29.99
  • Microbe-Lift Bloom & Grow Aquatic Plant Supplement

    4.8

    (15 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
  • Water Lily & Water Lotus Planting Kits

    5.0

    (11 Reviews)

    Planting Kits give you everything you need to plant hardy lilies or lotuses. The large deep no-hole tubs provide the perfect space to allow aquatic plants to grow to their full potential. No re-potting needed. These packages include one planting tub planting media and Thrive fertilizer tabs. Plants
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    $29.99 - 44.99
  • …summer and fall will continue to decompose and as it does gasses will be released into the water column. Moreover those excess nutrients act as a fertilizer and will fuel winter algae growth. During these frigid months of the year keeping the pond oxygenated and keeping a hole open in the ice means…
    …deeper area of your pond. * Bog Plants: These also should be planted in containers filled with Planting Media. These can be planted round the edges of your pond using Plant Bags or inside the pond with the Floating Island Planter. Do not forget to fertilize your plants to give them the nutrients…
    Plants: These are fantastic oxygenators. Submerged plants are also able to absorb excess nutrients so there is no need to fertilize them. * Bog Plants: Bog plants are planted around the perimeter of your pond or in shallow areas. There is a lot of variety in the color size and shape of these plants
    …Over time organic debris begins to accumulate and the pond becomes overabundant with nutrients. These excess nutrients become an effective plant fertilizer causing weeds and algae to grow prolifically. You may begin to notice emergent weeds like cattails and shoreline grasses growing along the…
    …pond plants should cover approximately 40-60% of your pond for shade coverage. Pruning dead plant material throughout the growing season will help your plants grow big and strong. Using tools like the Pond Scissors & Pliers will make this job easier. Additionally applying the proper fertilizer
    plants are a key part of a balanced pond. They feed on processed fish waste and help reduce algae blooms. Fish waste (before it goes through filtration) can be toxic to aquatic life. However once filtered fish waste becomes fertilizer which can be consumed by plants and produce exceptional plant
    …treated and killed the problem plants then you should pull the dead debris from the pond using a weed cutter and rake. The Weed Cutter and Razer Rake are perfect tools for the job. Removing dead vegetation will prevent all that decaying matter from becoming fertilizer for future growth. Hamper Weed…
    …the water to discharge though time consuming discharge cycles. Since muck is full of nutrients the discharge water will also make an excellent fertilizer for your garden. When refilling your pond don't forget to add water conditioner to remove any heavy metals. Preventing Muck As the saying goes an…
    …Approach Weed and Algae growth generally become problematic for pond owners when the oxygen levels have decreased and nutrients levels of fertilizer runoff or decaying matter has increased. This is typical in a pond that is 3-5 years or older and has previously been treated with only chemicals.…
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