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    …you took. Depth and Aeration You may have noticed that the maximum pond size an Airmax® Aeration System or other subsurface system can aerate varies based on the pond depth. The deeper a diffuser plate is placed in the pond the more area it can effectively aerate. As diffused oxygen leaves…
    …properly. Options So you gathered your pond information let's take a look at what options are available to choose from. * CrystalClearsup>® PondAir™ Aeration Kit: Available in two sizes the PondAir™ Aeration Kits are an excellent option for ponds up to 2000 gallons and less than 2'…
    …your situation? It will depend on how many gallons your pond holds and if you're using it alone or with an aeration system. First here's what we recommend for de-icers based on the size of your pond: * Up to 250 gallons: 100 to 250 watt de-icer * 250 to 500 gallons: 300 watt de-icer * 500 to 1000…
    …the pellets into tiny bite-sized pieces for them to enjoy. How Much to Feed Size of the pond number of fish and the presence of an aeration system are all factors that determine how much your fish need to be fed. Aeration in the pond will allow your fish to be more active requiring you to feed more…
    …fish will overwinter just fine without a heater--even if temperatures drop below freezing. When selecting a de-icer make sure to check what the maximum pond size the unit is rated for. Each manufacturer recommendation does vary but in general de-icers with greater wattages can be used in larger…
    …adequate aeration. When the pond has a depth of 6 feet or less than a fountain will act as both an aerator as well as a decorative piece. Please note: Depending on your pond's size you may need more than one Fountain to properly aerate. Surface Aeration: Similar to fountains surface aeration systems…
    size when purchasing a filtration system.Once you have proper filtration be sure you have adequate circulation in your pond to boost oxygen levels to improve the health of the fish. Traditional waterfalls are a great start but may not be enough for the size of your pond. Consider placing an aeration
    …such as lawn fertilizers and pesticides organic waste from surrounding areas leaf litter.* Increase Water Movement - A fountain or aeration system that is properly sized and placed will provide dissolved oxygen and increased circulation in a pond's natural ecosystem. The increased oxygen and water…
    …energy-efficient aeration kit like the PondAir™ Aeration Kits are great for indoor tanks. * Filter: It is important to also filter the water in your indoor tank to keep fish waste under control. AllClear™ G2 Pressurized Filters allow for easy maintenance and come in a range of sizes that…
    …which is what algae loves to eat and cloudy water. The overabundance if debris can also have an effect on the ammonia and pH levels of the water.What to do if you get algae? If you do end up with an algae bloom in the summer make sure to use a product that is appropriate to the size of your pond…
    …to having new roommates and adjust to a new way of life. The fish already living in the pond could turn tail and hide too. The new fish depending on size could spook the old fish causing them to retreat to their favorite hole. If this is the case in your pond give the fish time to adjust. As soon as…
    …dimensions at multiple heights to help guide you in finding the perfect rock. Since each rock is unique we recommend going up a size if the measurement is close to what you are looking to cover. * Airmax® TrueRock™ Boulder Covers: Available in Mini Small Medium and Large no one will even…