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  • API® Pond Master Test Kit

    4.6

    (25 reviews)

    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 for pH
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    $28.99
  • API® 5-In-1 Pond Test Strips

    3.8

    (4 reviews)

    * Tests For Nitrate Nitrite pH & Hardness * Accurate Results in 1 Minute * Teaches How to Correct Issues API 5-In-1 Pond Test Strips use highly accurate color charts for precise test results of nitrate nitrite pH total alkalinity and total hardness levels in your pond. Chart colors are…
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    $18.99
  • API® pH Test Kit 160 Tests

    5.0

    (4 reviews)

    …* Test pH from 5.0 − 9.0 Proper pH control is imperative to prevent the harmful effects of too alkaline or too acidic pond water on fish and plant life. The Wide Range water pH Test Kit will test pH levels from 5.0 to 9.0 and contains enough solution for 160 test. This fish pond water test kit…
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    $7.32
  • for pH nitrite ammonia and phosphate. Too much nitrite ammonia and phosphate in the water can wreak havoc with fish and plants. If the pH of the water is too high or too low the fish can become stressed and will be more susceptible to sickness and disease. The Master Test Kit contains four tests and…
    …an aeration system like the The Pond Guy Pond Aerator. Also be sure to check your water quality with a water test kit like the Pond Master Test Kit that measures ammonia and pH and correct it if necessary.  Additionally to give your fish the ability to keep stress at bay The Pond Guy Stress…
    …water quality pH level or oxygen level - can cause them to stress and when they stress they may retreat to their favorite hiding spots. To keep the water quality as even as possible test your water's pH ammonia nitrite and phosphate levels regularly using a commercial water testing kit. You'll also…
    …hardness to be at about 50 ppm test your water with a Carbonate Hardness Test Strip. The strips are easy to use. Simply open the pouch and dip it into the water for three seconds remove it from the water wait 20 seconds for the water to mix with the solution on the test strip and read the results.…
    …known as the white spot disease often infects fish when they are under a lot of stress caused by pH fluctuations or rapid temperature changes. Along with flashing fish can be seen at the surface gasping for air with clamped fins and pinhead white spots that look like white grains of sand all over.…
    …time. Once everything is back in place start your pumps and let the water flow. Be sure to test your water for ammonia before adding your fish. See our article on Understanding the Nitrogen Cycle for tips on how to know when your pond is ready. * Acclimate Your Fish: Water temperature and…
    …smaller pieces it's harder for the chemicals to make contact. Because algae does not have a defined root system it will just keep growing. So it is better to leave the algae as-is before treating. Test the Water Prior to selecting an algaecide check the water temperature pH and carbonate hardness.…