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  • TetraPond Spring & Fall Diet Fish Food

    5.0

    (2 Reviews)

    …Temperatures * Transition Fish Into & Out Of Winter * Highly Digestible For Less Waste TetraPond Pond Sticks are a maintenance fish food enriched with essential vitamins to help keep your fish well active and energized. The Spring and Fall fish food is a special blend that is designed to soften…
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    $22.99 - 35.99
  • CrystalClear WheatGerm Fish Food

    4.8

    (5 Reviews)

    …* Perfect for Both Koi & Goldfish * Great for Transitioning Into & Out of Winter CrystalClear WheatGerm floating pellet fish food is specifically designed to ease koi & goldfish into and out of the cold winter months. WheatGerm's cold water contains 28% protein to help your fish maintain…
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    $19.99 - 29.99
  • Hikari WheatGerm Fish Food

    4.7

    (7 Reviews)

    …fish including goldfish. Developed through many years of breeding 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…
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    $10.79 - 177.99
  • …some extra nutrients. Food for Thought Though you can resume feeding your fish their wheat germ food when your pond thermometer consistently reads above 40°F in spring you may want to consider waiting until the water temperatures get between 45-55°F. After the long winter take some time to…
    …* Feast and Famine: Koi love to eat and will chow whenever food is offered but these guys can actually go more than 10 days without 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…
    …the winter. For added protection install a de-icer to further ensure a hole stays open in the ice. Step 7 - Switch to Wheatgerm Fish Food If you haven't already now is the time to switch your fish o a wheatgerm based diet. Wheatgerm food such as The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Fish Food are easier…
    …nibble on aquatic plants for nourishment. At first their bodies are long and narrow and include a tail where they store fat when food is in short supply during the winter months. But after about one year the tadpoles will start to grow legs. Shortly thereafter they grow arms. As their tails shorten…
    …flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and alligators. But at night they slowly cruise the river bottom in search of food. Their preferred meals are anything…
  • Aquascape Pond Powerhead Pump

    …• Surface Agitation to Keep a Hole in the Ice During Winter Pond Powerhead submersible pond pumps increase aeration and water circulation in areas with low water flow. The added water circulation will eliminate stagnant water reducing a food source for algae and other nuisances like mosquitos.…
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    $143.98
  • …fish happy and well. Diet Fish - just like humans - are affected by what they eat. 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 vitamins natural color intensifiers and chelated minerals…
    …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 layer. Other animals such as ducks…
    …too much beneficial bacteria is not necessarily bad it will likely make your pocketbook a little lighter. Food Fight Invite too many to your dinner party and there might not be enough food to go around. The same thing goes for your microorganisms. Overcrowding beneficial bacteria causes them to…
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