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Pond Temperature

  • Pond Logic Floating Pond Thermometer

    4.7

    (46 Reviews)

    …* Temperature Zones Simplify Readings The Pond Logic Floating Pond Thermometer makes keeping track of your water temperatures simple and fast. A built in float and 6 foot tether keep this pond and lake water thermometer at the surface of your pond and within reach. A color coded display on this pond
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    $4.98
  • Aquascape Smart Pond Thermometer

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …and water treatments or when to begin using a pond de-icer by installing the Aquascape Smart Pond Thermometer. This specially designed pond thermometer is easy to connect to your smartphone or tablet allowing you to easily check the temperature of your pond or water feature using the Aquascape Smart…
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    $63.99 - 79.99
  • …to Feed Pond Fish Water temperature will have an effect on how much your fish will eat. As the water temperatures start dropping in the fall fish will eat less and will eventually stop feeding until spring when the water warms up. Only feed your game fish when the water temperature is above…
  • The Pond Guy LiquidClear Bacterial Pond Cleaner

    4.5

    (63 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
  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    5.0

    (26 Reviews)

    …which quickly opens a hole in the surface of your pond allowing harmful gases to escape. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond Deicer is thermostatically controlled and turns on only when temperatures drop below 35°F. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer comes with a 10' power cord and is safe…
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    $49.99
  • …Test Your Pond's Temperature If you think your aerator isn't doing its job it's easy to diagnose: Just take your pond's temperature! Recording temperature readings from various areas and depths of the pond to help determine if you are correct. * To begin you'll need a non-floating pond thermometer…
    …air temperature meaning you will only use your de-icer when really necessary. Pond Heaters Versus De-Icers Unless you house warm water fish like Plecostomus in your water garden you will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your pond
    pond. It is inevitable that over time outside fish will find a way to make your pond a place of their own. You will also want to fish or trap to confirm larger prey fish are not already in the pond before stocking. When to Stock a Pond Spring or fall is the ideal time for pond stocking. Temperatures
    …as temperatures rise dissolved oxygen levels in the pond are reduced. Using pond dye will keep the water cooler and allow fish to breathe easier during the summer. Pond Dye Colors The most popular reason to add dye to your pond is to enhance the natural color and beauty of your landscape. Pond dye…
    …your pond move the plates from the deepest areas of your pond to shallower areas. This will give your hibernating fish a warmer place to hunker down when the water temperatures get especially chilly. Supercooling could become an issue if you are vigorously aerating in the deepest parts of the pond
    …and eliminate noxious odors. One of the best pond muck removers MuckAway works well even in areas that experience high water flow like canals beaches and lakefront property. When applied consistently once every two weeks when water temperatures are above 50ºF and used with a bottom-diffused…
    pond. Once the leeches take the bait and go inside the burrs from the hole punches will prevent them from escaping. Remove the can once it's full and repeat until the leeches are gone. As a bonus option if temperatures fall below freezing where you live try manipulating the water level in your pond
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