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  • API Pond Master Test Kit

    4.6

    (28 Reviews)

    Water For pH Ammonia & Nitrite * Instructional Booklet On Water Testing * Easy To Read Color Charts Pond Master Test Kit is a complete kit for testing tap water and pond water. This kit includes 4 tests to protect pond fish from dangerous water conditions. The Pond Master Test Kit tests water
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    $28.99
  • API Pond Chlorine & Heavy Metal Neutralizer

    …Heavy Metal Neutralizer prepare tap water to be safe for fish and aquatic plants. Great product for new ponds spring start-up or regular care every time water is added to the pond. Most tap water has been treated with chlorine and chloramines for safe drinking water but it can be highly toxic to koi…
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    $23.29
  • The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus

    4.9

    (44 Reviews)

    …reducing slime coat replacing the natural secretion of slime that is lost when fish are handled breeding or under stress. Stress Reducer Plus also works to remove ammonia chlorine chloramines and heavy metals making tap water safe. Great for new ponds during water changes or when adding new fish.
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    $14.99 - 69.99
  • …we recommend doing partial water changes as soon as water temperatures reach 50° F. In addition be sure to add some Stress Reducer Plus and Nature's Defense to your water. The Stress Reducer Plus forms a beneficial slime coat on your fish and makes tap water safe for them and Nature's Defense…
  • API Pond Stress Coat

    …Coat is a unique water conditioner that also detoxifies heavy metals and instantly removes chlorine chloramines and the ammonia associated with the chloramines to make tap water safe for pond fish. Add it to your pond as needed when topping off water levels or performing routine water changes.
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    $10.99 - 54.99
  • API Pond Starter Bundle

    …Fish Health * Stress Coat Makes Tap Water Safe API Pond Starter Bundle includes everything needed to support aquatic plants koi and other pond fish in a water garden. API water testing water conditioner and salt treatment give you the tools needed to monitor water conditions and make your pond a…
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    $71.99
  • The Pond Guy Activated Carbon

    4.7

    (23 Reviews)

    …pond water clarifier safely clears tea-colored pond water. It is very effective at removing dissolved organics from pond water such as stains and discoloration caused by leaves and organic debris. Activated Carbon filter media is also great at removing harmful chlorine and chloramines caused by tap
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    $59.99
  • SenSafe John's Copper Check 25 Copper Test Strips

    0.0

    (No Reviews)

    water quality copper test strips are safe and easy to use. Fast accurate results (within the ranges of 0 to 2 ppm) are delivered within 2 minutes. John's Copper Check is very convenient to run and measures typical copper levels found in pond well tap and stream water. Test for copper in your water
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    $14.99
  • …pond liner would work well. To make the transition easier use a siphon to fill the holding tank with water from your pond. If you choose to start with tap water make sure to add the appropriate water conditioner. * Pond Netting: The close quarters might surprise your fish and they could try to make…
    …of water. Scatter it around the edge of your pond being careful to avoid direct contact with your greenery.Koi Salt Treatment Fish with parasites wounds or bacterial infections can benefit from a salt bath. Prepare an isolation tank with 5 cups of salt per 100 gallons of pond water (not tap water)
    …Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus helps to restore its natural slime coat - while removing chlorine chloramines and heavy metals ordinarily found in tap water. While Stress Reducer Plus is great for new ponds regular treatments will help to keep your fish in peak health. Diet A fish's overall health -…
    …acclimation process. Here are a few things to keep in mind: Prep Your Pond Make sure the water in your pond is ready for new occupants by treating for chlorine or heavy metals found in city and tap water. Chlorine can cause burns in fish and on their gills which in turn will cause even more fish…
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