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Pond Spring Cleaning

    …into the pond. If you used the aeration kit from your pond for the holding tank be sure to add it back into the pond. We recommend waiting 24 hours to allow your fish to fully adjust to the pond before you begin to feed them. Step 10 - Clean up & add natural bacteria. Give your pond a boost by…
  • The Pond Guy LiquidClear Bacterial Pond Cleaner

    4.4

    (55 Reviews)

    …activates as it hits the water. The bacteria multiply every 20-40 minutes as they digest the dead organics in the pond making the water crystal clear. For best results Liquid Clear treatments should begin in the spring when the water temperatures hit 50°F or when the fish begin to feed.
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    $8.99 - 49.99
  • …When to Use Pond Netting Netting is a useful pond tool but can harm plants and fish if not used correctly. Every season has a different use for netting. Here are some tips for keeping your pond net and pond in top shape every season: * Spring - Pond netting can be used in spring to help protect…
    …water open and available for visiting wildlife. Below the surface it helps to break down leaves and debris which means less cleaning and easier maintenance come spring. Aeration also circulates the water column infusing it with oxygen for your fish. If the water is not circulated it naturally…
    Cleaning your pond in the spring is a great step toward preventing algae blooms in ponds. Our spring pond care guide will help you through the process step by step. Throughout the season use a pond vacuum to help keep it tidy. In the fall we do not recommend giving your water garden a deep clean
  • Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep

    4.8

    (10 Reviews)

    …bacteria are the key to accelerating the breakdown of leaves organic sediment and sludge all winter long. The cold weather bacteria and liquid bacteria take care of the initial breakdown by-products. Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep will get your pond water clean and clear for spring!
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    $27.96
  • After your spring pond cleaning would it be nice to just sit back relax and watch the fish swim? It can be that easy with just some light maintenance throughout the season. Water Treatments The DefensePAC has everything you need to help keep your pond clean and clear for up to six months. The…
    …waders. It's spring cleaning and summer chore time in your pond! Getting rid of all that debris and gunk that has accumulated in your waterfall is probably one of the items on your to-do list especially if you have patio and pond parties planned right? Don't worry: Waterfall cleaning isn't a…
    pond odors and remove the muck. Start in the Spring You can start with the DefensePac as soon as the ice melts and water temperatures are consistently above 40°F. The first products in the pack you'll use are Oxy-Lift Defense and Seasonal Defense. They're perfect for cleaning out your pond and…
    …temperatures drop below 40°F stop feeding your fish entirely until spring. Step 8 - Add Seasonal Defense Even with a thorough cleaning some debris will remain in your pond. Cold weather bacteria such as Seasonal Defense Spring & Fall Prep should be used until water temperatures fall below…
    …debris but biological media should only be cleaned once or twice per year. If you are using a pressurized filter like the AllClear check to see if there is a pressure indicator and use that as a guideline for cleaning your filter. When cleaning use pond water or gently spray with a garden hose…
  • De-Coy-ote Decoy

    0.0

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    …Activated Bird Deterrent * Running Motion Keeps Pesky Birds Away * Keeps Beaches and Shorelines Clean Flocks of geese can lay waste on your property and ruin years of healthy beaches shorelines and pond maintenance. Damaged grass wrecks soil quality. Keep pests away with the De-Coy-ote and let the…
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    $69.95
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