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Summer Pond Bacteria

  • The Pond Guy® Seasonal Defense®

    4.8

    (54 reviews)

    …fall and winter months. In the spring Seasonal Defense replenishes winter bacteria loss jump-starts your biological filters and breaks down unwanted waste. Use Seasonal Defense to maintain your pond through the cooler part of the season and give yourself a head start on your summer pond management.
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • The Pond Guy® LiquidClear™ Bacterial Pond Cleaner

    4.3

    (41 reviews)

    …Liquid Formula * Keep Your Pond Sparkling Clear The Pond Guy LiquidClear bacterial pond cleaner is a great jump start for new ponds after pond clean-outs and during the warm summer months. The natural bacteria in LiquidClear instantly activates as it hits the water. The bacteria multiply every 20-40…
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    $8.99 - 49.99
  • …your beneficial bacteria grow and thrive. If these filters need to be cleaned we recommended using a bucket of pond water to gently swish them in. This will keep the good bacteria in their natural habitat. If it is necessary to power clean them or replace them jump start bacteria growth with PL Gel.…
    …oxygen levels in the pond. Introducing an aeration kit the CrystaslClear® PondAir™ or KoiAir ™ Aeration Kits will infuse oxygen into the pond and circulate the water column. Adding aeration will not only make a great addition for the summer when your bacteria are active but it will…
  • Airmax® EcoBoost™ (formerly Pond Logic®)

    4.8

    (25 reviews)

    …EcoBoost is ideal for ponds that receive large amounts of nutrient run-off from lawn fertilizers storm drains or has a muck problem. EcoBoost is not affected by water temperature and continues to work from winter to summer. So even in the colder months when bacteria are less active the trace…
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    $99.99 - 224.99
  • …When to Stock a Pond Spring or fall is the ideal time for pond stocking. Temperatures are mild and oxygen levels are high so the stress factors that affect fish will be at their lowest. Once acclimated to your pond they will be primed to flourish. Fish can also be added in the summer but they will…
    …your pond is full of suspended debris you may want to try Pond Dye Plus. It contains both dye and the beneficial bacteria that's found in PondClear™ so it will both shade your pond and help clear the water. This option is great to use after algaecide or herbicide treatments.Is Pond Dye Safe?…
    …* Introduce Pond Water: During this time frame slowly add small amounts of water from the pond into the container which will allow your new fish time to acclimate to the chemistry of your pond water. Most of us have at one time or another jumped into a pool too early in the summer only to find…
    …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 be asking yourself if you actually need more than one. After all bacteria is bacteria right? As it turns out…
    …is reversible. You can get rid of muck with a one-two punch of beneficial bacteria and aeration. Beneficial Bacteria Billions of beneficial bacteria already live in your pond and work hard to break down pond muck but if you have large amounts of it they are probably overworked and outnumbered.…
    bacteria products to reduce fish waste and maintain proper water levels. Pond Vacuums can also be handy to keep sludge and debris to a minimum. Water Quality Partial water changes especially after an algaecide treatment or on hot summer days are important but when adding new water back into the pond
    …in your pond and you are not deviating from a practical fish load for your size pond. Having more fish in your pond than your filtration can handle will lead to additional more severe algae blooms and muck accumulation. It is important that you keep adding beneficial bacteria such as Nature's…