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  • API® Pond Master Test Kit

    4.6

    (25 reviews)

    * Test 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
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    $28.99
  • Sequence® Titan Pump Series

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    …and pre-tested to meet the design requirement to move a lot of water quickly in high pressure situations. With flow rates between 12500 and 18400 GPH and head capabilities between 21 and 45 feet these external water fountain pumps can handle the most elaborate filtration system and water feature.
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    $1953.30 - 2864.43
  • …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. To see what your water's
    …stirring them up and clouding the water. Here is a four-step solution to get you started:* Remove large debris.* Perform a partial water change.* Add a water conditioner.* Double down on the beneficial bacteria. A jar test can reveal a lot about the water in your pond. If you need some assistance…
  • Carlisle® AquaTough™ 45 Mil EPDM Rubber Pond Liner

    5.0

    (60 reviews)

    …applications. Carlisle 45 mil Pond Liner provides you with a flexible design focused on long-term durability with the added benefit of the J-Tear test. Pond builders and landscapers appreciate its ability to tear in the direction of a desired cut for a short distance and then change direction to…
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    $29.99 - 4499.99
  • …poor water conditions can lead to common infections like fin rot and mouth rot and dropsy. * Fin/Mouth Rot: Look for color fading and ragged or decaying tissue around the mouth or fins. The first step is to test the water and do partial water change because this is only seen when water conditions…
    …prevent a large unsightly buildup. Test the Water Another part of summer pond maintenance is checking the water 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…
    …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 composition will be different…
    …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. Some algaecides like Algae Defense work best when water temperatures are above 60°F. Many algaecides are copper based and…
    …like the 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.…
    …waterfall without an open body of water may be the ideal choice. Pondless waterfalls allow you to enjoy the sound of running water without the potential danger. Perhaps however you want the pond to be open so your water-loving dog has a place to play you can test your green-thumb with something new…
    …pond clean and well-oxygenated with 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…