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Winter Your Pond

  • The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense

    4.9

    (81 Reviews)

    pond muck during the fall and winter months. In the spring Seasonal Defense replenishes winter bacteria loss jump-starts your biological filters and breaks down unwanted waste. Use Seasonal Defense to maintain your pond through the cooler part of the season and give yourself a head start on your
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • …keeping the pond oxygenated and keeping a hole open in the ice means the difference between life and death if you keep your fish in the pond for winter. When a layer of ice forms over the surface of your water garden it essentially eliminates any transfer of air to or from your pond's water. What…
    …a winter fish kill. Here are five tips to keep your system running its best for the winter: * Move your diffuser plates to shallower water. If your diffusers were placed at the deepest parts of your pond move the plates from the deepest areas of your pond to shallower areas. This will give your
    pond and making it difficult to see changes in your water level. Pumps need a constant supply of water so if your water level drops too much and damages your pump you will have to replace it. * Overstrained Pump: On the topic of replacing pumps double-check your manual on recommendations for winter
    your web-footed pals. Here are three things you can do to help them hibernate comfortably this winter. * Mind the Liquid Gas: For aquatic frogs to survive a freezing winter ponds should be 18 to 24 inches deep and have an open hole in the ice for gas exchange. The depth ensures the water (and your
  • Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep

    4.7

    (11 Reviews)

    …bacteria are the key to accelerating the breakdown of leaves organic sediment and sludge all winter long. The cold weather bacteria and liquid bacteria take care of the initial breakdown by-products. Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep will get your pond water clean and clear for spring!
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    $27.96
  • …nutrients in your pond which act as fertilizer for algae growth. Aeration makes these bacteria work harder to clean up your pond leading to a cleaner pond with less build-up in the water column or at the bottom of the pond – which is something your fish will thank you for. * Winter Water…
    …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 these steps will help ensure your fish…
    A long cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen…
    …Ever wonder exactly how ice forms? Here's a quick lesson for you. When the air temperature cools in the late fall and early winter the water on the surface of your lake or pond loses its heat and becomes heavier. This cold heavy water sinks to the bottom while the warmer water from the bottom rises…
    …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 than their winter
  • Airmax Winterization Cap

    0.0

    (No Reviews)

    …Simply turn off your compressor unplug the system and disconnect the compressor flex-tubing from the airlines and apply the Winterization Caps to prevent debris from entering. Available in two sizes: the 3/4 FPT Cap fits the Shallow Water Series Shallow Water HP Series and the Pond Series Aeration…
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    $2.99 - 12.99
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