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Spring Start Up Kit

    spring. Be sure to check your equipment and add proper doses of beneficial bacteria. Now let's get started: Tools to Get Started Here are some items to get you started: To Keep You Dry: * Waders * Aqua Gloves If you have fish: * Holding tank or kiddie pool * Fish Net * Pond Netting * Aeration Kit
    …product Seasonal Defense to use in the early spring and fall when the water is below 50°F. Water Garden Aeration Kits Warm water holds less oxygen than cooler water so making sure your aeration kit is running efficiently is essential. Since an aeration kit's job is pulling air through it be sure…
    …with aeration kits and de-icers which provide aeration ventilation and circulation throughout the winter months. Here is a step-by-step approach on how to prepare your water garden for the winter. Now let's get started: Tools to Get Started Here are some items to get you started: To Keep You Dry:…
    …to the water. Boosting dissolved oxygen levels in the pond can also be helpful with a simple aeration kit. Maintain Bacteria Levels In the early spring when established ponds are waking up after a long winter a similar cycling process will take place. Some nitrosomonas and nitrobacter will survive…
    …fall off instead of building up on top of the pond cover netting. Plants underneath will be safe from deer rabbits and other veggie eaters. This style also helps to prevent plants from getting crushed should the netting become weighted down. * PondShelter Net Kit 16' x 11' – The four fully…
    …is on the heavy side consider going up a size when purchasing a filtration system. Once you have proper filtration be sure you have adequate circulation in your pond to boost oxygen levels to improve the health of the fish. Traditional waterfalls are a great start but may not be enough for the size…
    …or water features. Here are just a few options to help you get started: * Color Options: Most pond lights will come with a standard white light but some will come with color filtered lenses like our LEDPro Mini 1-Watt Light Kit. It is an inexpensive way to highlight an area in your pond or landscape…
    …to start with particularly on a smaller pond. The area can be expanded as needed. * Step 2: Remove debris Use a weed cutter and rake to remove dead or floating debris such as cattails and phragmites. If those are on the water's surface or along the lake's edges as the ice forms you could wind up
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