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Submerged Light

  • Aquascape Garden & Pond Spotlight


    (5 Reviews)

    …placing on rocks or submerged in the water. * Mounting stand can be removed to disguise the lights between rocks or other material. * Secure light fixtures to the included ground stakes for easy placement into your landscape at the base of plants and trees. Automate Your Lighting System * Use the…
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  • Aquascape LED Waterfall and Landscape Accent Light


    (1 Reviews)

    …Design Ideal for Up Lighting Waterfalls * Can Be Submerged in Water or Set in Landscape Settings * Permanently Sealed Watertight Fixtures Eliminate Leaks * Available in Single or 6−1 Watt Light Packages The Aquascape 1-Watt LED Waterfall and Landscape Accent Up Light is ideal for waterfalls…
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    $55.98 - 295.98
  • RGBW Color-Changing LED Light Set 2 to 8 Lights


    (1 Reviews)

    …LED Light Sets are designed for the AquaStream 1/2 HP Fountain EcoSeries 1/2 HP Fountain and PondSeries 1/2 to 2 HP Fountains. Each light set is powered by low energy high output 115V LED sealed bulbs. When installed the lights are designed to be only partially submerged; this maximizes light output…
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    $899.99 - 5199.99
  • …want to consider an installation without submerged lights. Position the pond lights so they are facing the pond or place them under the waterfall but away from the viewing area so visitors can enjoy the beauty of the lights without getting blinded. Once the light is in place use your existing plants…
    …individual sense depends directly on the type of fish. * Sight: Bass have sharp eyesight to easily ambush prey concealed in submerged weed beds. Catfish are very sensitive to light due to their bottom dwelling nature so they can see clearly in deeper darker water and tend to be active more at night…
    …soft stems. The majority of the plant will be submerged in the water however the plant may grow to the surface and spread. * Floating: Generally found in shallower water floating plants can spread and completely cover the surface cutting off light and oxygen to the fish below. They can be divided…
  • Jenlis Weed Razer Aquatic Weed Cutter


    (80 Reviews)

    …can easily shear through submerged weeds as well as cattails. Remove weeds in a simple 4-step process! * Give it a toss. * Let it sink. * Pull it in. * Repeat. The Jenlis Weed Razer clears a path 48 wide with each throw. Weighing just 8 pounds this aquatic weed cutter is light enough to toss 30 feet…
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  • …duckweed but there are a couple treatments you can do to keep the prolific duckweed at bay. Identify: Duckweed or Watermeal? Duckweed is a very small light green free-floating plant with a single hair-like root and three 1/16- to 1/8-inch long leaves or fronds. It tends to grow in dense colonies in…
    …nutrients control algae blooms and provide cover for your fish. For ponds up to 50 square feet we recommend 6-12 floating plants 2 bog plants 5 submerged plants and 1 water lily. * Is it Warm Enough: Climates are different throughout the nation which influences the types of plants that can be grown…
    …thrive in a particular location. Start by identifying which plants are and aren't in your zone. What to Do: * Hardy Plants: Hardy water lilies submerged plants and other plants geared for your hardiness zone are pretty easy to winterize. Remove the foliage after the first hard frost then gently sink…
    …fish. Just in case a heron does find its way into your pond give your fish a place to hide. Pond Dye can be used to shade your pond. Portions of submerged large-diameter pipe or beds of weeds work well as does the addition or other fish habitat. Muskrats & Snapping Turtles Muskrats and snapping…
    …pond dye also limits sun exposure protects fish and promotes a healthy ecosystem in your pond or lake. Excessive sunlight promotes overgrowth of submerged aquatic plants and algae. Pond dye actively blocks specific portions of the sunlight spectrum slowing growth and keeping your water clear and…
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