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  • Hikari WheatGerm Fish Food

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    …experience this highly nutritious WheatGerm koi food is extremely effective in cooler climates which experience a winter season. Give your koi a jump on this year's show-off months feed Hikari WheatGerm year round. It will have your aquatic pet looking their best while improving their fertility.
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  • …active and ready for their summer diet. When temperatures are lower your finned 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…
    …they are dormant. When water temperatures fall below 50°F reduce feedings to only three times per week and only feed your fish what they can consume in a 5 minute period. Once water temperatures drop below 40°F stop feeding your fish entirely until spring. Step 8 - Add Seasonal Defense Even…
    …fishing enthusiast you probably know that there are few things better than fishing your own stocked pond. You'd be able to set up habitats for them feed them and monitor their behavior. Rather than getting up before dawn and driving to a favorite fishing hole you can pull on your waders and head out…
    …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 pond following…
    …Muck is made up of plant and animal waste. It is caused from dying and decaying organics. If you feed your fish any uneaten fish food will end up decaying at the bottom of the pond. Remember feeding fish too much or using a low quality food will increase the amount of fish waste adding to that muck…
    …access to the pond for fish feeding and maintenance. * Fall - This is prime pond cover net season. When the leaves start changing color pond owners know that they will eventually end up in the water. A large accumulation of debris at the bottom of the pond during winter can be detrimental to fish…
    …food during the warmer months - and fast even longer when temperatures drop and they go into their winter torpor or hibernation when they pass on meals for months at a time. Of course if you feed your fish regularly don't suddenly stop as doing so can affect their health and happiness. * Koi…
    …regular treatments will help to keep your fish in peak health. Diet A fish's overall health - just like human's - is affected by what it eats. Feed your fish food that has enough vitamins and nutrients to support vibrant color like Growth and Vibrance Fish Food. It contains top-quality ingredients…
    …what is presently growing. This option will only act as a short-term solution as the dying weeds will add nutrients and muck to the pond that will feed future plant growth. Increasing nutrients in the pond will also contribute to low levels of oxygen in the water keeping it cooler on the bottom and…
    …your fish to fully adjust to the pond before you begin to feed them. Step 10 - Clean up & add natural bacteria. Give your pond a boost by adding your first dose of Seasonal Defense. This cold water beneficial bacteria helps replenish winter bacteria loss to further boost biological filters and…
    …Trapdoor Snails also known by the scientific name Viviparis malleatus. Snails are invertebrates called gastropods. They are scavenging herbivores that feed on algae and other organic debris. Japanese Trapdoor Snails get their name from the hinged fingernail-like plate that seals the shell's opening…