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Pond Ph Down

  • The Pond Guy® pH Stabilizers

    4.5

    (15 reviews)

    …Keeping pond pH levels between 6.5 and 8.0 is important for plants and Koi to thrive. For water with high pH use 1 oz scoop of pH Drop™ per 1000 gallons to bring pH down to safer level. Use pH Buffer™ to stabilize pond pH and prevent harmful pH swings. Use 1 oz scoop of pH Buffer per…
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    $12.99
  • …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. See our article on Understanding the Nitrogen Cycle for additional tips if your pond is…
    …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 your fish we recommend doing partial water changes as soon as water temperatures…
  • Microbe-Lift® Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (49 reviews)

    …beneficial bacteria to help with pond clarity. The neutral pH pebbles in Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media contain beneficial bacteria retain oxygen and help absorb excess alkalinity for improved pond water quality. When used in a bog area Microbe-Lift Aquatic Pond Plant Media helps reduce…
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    $14.36 - 27.96
  • …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…
    …They're designed to break down quickly and produce phosphate-combating humic substances. The pellets may also 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.…
    …In the wild the fathead appears dull olive-gray with a dusky stripe extending down its back and side. These guys will eat just about anything and they prefer a water temperature of 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit and a pH range of 7.0 to 7.5. Its main predator is the northern pike.Golden Shiner The…
    …of the pond for long periods of time. Treatment will include an isolation tank with vigorous aeration and a mix of pond salt with MelaFix. After treatment it is a good idea to keep ammonia levels down with aeration partial water changes and testing the water often.* Oxygen Deprivation: Seen in ponds
    A healthy pond does not just happen you create and maintain it. One key element to a clean healthy and balanced ecosystem is natural bacteria. These bacteria break down excess organic material leaving behind a clean and healthy pond. With the different options for bacteria products out there you may…