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When To Start Feeding Koi

    Feed when water temperatures are between 40-50°F to transition them in and out of cold weather. When water temperatures are over 50°F you can begin feeding your regular summer food. * Promote Size and Color: Growth & Vibrance and other color-enhancing foods are high in nutrients to make…
    …friends will slow down to get ready to go dormant for winter. Use these fish feeding techniques to keep your fish happy and healthy. Cut Back In getting ready for wintertime your fish will reduce their activity level and metabolism rate. They naturally start to eat less than when they were growing…
    …other fish start out as teeny-tiny fingerlings and grow to their genetically determined adult size. But unlike many fish koi will grow to fit their accommodations - which means they'll develop into super-sized beasts in the right environment. In their first three to four years of life when housed in…
    …goldfish and Black Moors need to be moved indoors for the winter months when water temperatures start dropping into the 60's. If these situations apply to your pond check out our article for overwintering your fish indoors. Prep Before the ice forms So you've decided to winter your fish over in your…
    …and add to your landscape's aesthetic; it also shades it from sunlight which can kick-start algae blooms as the mercury rises. * PondClear and MuckAway: When water temperatures rise to a consistent 50°F you can start using the beneficial bacteria found in PondClear and MuckAway to break down…
    …feet up feeding your koi or appreciating the bloom on your aquatic plants. These examples are just the beginning of the benefits that a water feature can add to your yard. With so many options to choose from you will be sure to find the one that is the perfect fit. Whether you start with a simple…
    …it is the start of the pond food chain. This type of tiny algae feeds fish and help to shade the pond's bottom – helping to prevent subsurface nuisance plants from growing. In uncontrolled amounts however planktonic algae can deplete the dissolved oxygen into the pond leading to a fish kill.…
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