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  • The Pond Guy pH Stabilizers

    4.6

    (21 Reviews)

    …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. Use pH Buffer to stabilize pond pH and prevent harmful pond pH swings. Use 1 oz scoop of pH Buffer per…
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    $14.99
  • …designed to make maintaining your pond fast and easy. Just a quick vacuum every week or so will remove any debris that has fallen into the pond to prevent a large unsightly buildup. Test the Water Another part of summer pond maintenance is checking the water for pH nitrite ammonia and phosphate. Too…
    …bait fish you have two options: stock your pond with them and keep a separate supply on hand to use when you do some fishing. To stock your pond with bait fish purchase a supply from your local sports shop or pet store and introduce them to your pond or lake after acclimating them. Be sure to…
    …is the measure of carbonate and bicarbonate concentrations in your pond or lake's water. Alkalinity is a measure of the ability of a solution to neutralize acid without changing the pH. It both controls and maintains water pH. Alkalinity is related to the amount of dissolved calcium magnesium and…
  • API Pond Starter Bundle

    …a pond adding new fish or changing pond water. Master Test Kit • Monitors Water Quality Fast & Accurate • Prevents Invisible Water Issues • Conducts Over 500 Tests The API Pond Master Test Kit measures the most important levels in your pond quickly and accurately including pH ammonia…
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    $71.99
  • …the water is well oxygenated when pond stocking. If you do not already have an aeration system set up in your pond now is a good time to add one. When you introduce new fish to a pond or lake they will be adding waste - something that can cause an algae bloom pH shift and potential fish kill. Adding…
    …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 the pond. Many potential health issues can be avoided by simply maintaining a clean and healthy pond. Inspect Before You Select It is easy to get…
    …nitrites. A water change will quickly 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 healthy fish lush greenery and clean water. To keep stress levels down among…
    …excess phosphates and clumps together tiny particles so they get trapped in your filter. It also adds trace minerals for your fish and buffers the pond's pH. Fall Prep Continue with all products until water temperatures dip below the 50's. Switch back to Seasonal Defense to combat the falling leaves…
    …buffer pH and control alkalinity in your pond. A 6-pound bag will treat an 800-gallon pond for up to six months while a 12-pound bag will treat a 1600-gallon pond for up to six months. Barley Extract Also offering the benefits of barley straw without the mess or unsightly bale floating in your pond
    …under the weather. Make sure to keep your pond clean and well-oxygenated with an aeration system like the The Pond Guy Pond Aerator. Also be sure to check your water quality with a water test kit like the Pond Master Test Kit that measures ammonia and pH and correct it if necessary. Additionally to…
    …To keep the water quality as even as possible test your water's pH ammonia nitrite and phosphate levels regularly using a commercial water testing kit. You'll also want to keep your water well-aerated using a diffuser like the Pond Aerator to be sure the fish get an ample supply of oxygen. Also be…
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