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Winterize A Small Pond

    …leaves twigs or dead aquatic plants will put stress on your pond's oxygen levels throughout the winter putting your fish at risk. Remove leaves and debris from ponds and streams with the help of a hand net. If you have hard to reach small debris use a vacuum like the ClearVac. Step 6 - Install…
  • Aquascape Large Pondless Waterfall Kit 26' Stream w/ Aquasurge Pro 4000-8000 Pump

    …looking for ways to update your backyard a pondless waterfall is a simple way to create interest. A pondless waterfall is a water feature without a pond attached. Instead the waterfall and stream disappear into an underground reservoir where it is pumped back up to the waterfall. This DIY kit is…
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  • …debris at the bottom of the pond during winter can be detrimental to fish and the overall pond. Debris left in the water to decay over the winter adds ammonia to the water causing stress to your fish. * Winter - Pond netting should not be used in winter. Remove your pond nets when the last of the…
  • Aquascape Pond De-Icer

    * Helps to Prevent Winter Fish Loss * Reliable Even in Extreme Weather * LED Light Indicates When in Use If you're hoping to overwinter koi or goldish outside in your pond you're going to need an Aquascape Pond De-Icer. When ice starts to form the unit will help keep a small opening in the ice to…
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  • Aquascape Pond Powerhead Pump

    …Aquascape Pond Powerhead submersible pump eliminates stagnant areas in your pond resulting in clean and clear water. This small pond pump uses a powerful jet of water to provide circulation aeration and surface agitation in water garden ponds. Ideal for problem areas in your pond that have little…
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  • …how leeches end up in your pond or lake they're commonly carried in by waterfowl amphibians or small mammals. They can also be inadvertently introduced when you add new rocks fish or even plants to your pond.How to Get Rid of Leeches in a Pond Due to the nuisance most pond owners want to know how 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 these steps will…
    …therapy: More than one pond owner has told us about how therapeutic their ponds are! After a long day at the office there's nothing more relaxing than sitting alongside your pond with a cold drink in hand feeding the fish or appreciating the wildlife. Small lakes or farms ponds make a useful and fun…
    …on how to know when your pond is ready. * Acclimate Your Fish: Water temperature and composition will be different than their winter housing so it is important to slowly introduce them to their new home. Bring fish out in a bucket and periodically add a small amount of pond water every 5-10 minutes.…
    …belong to the family Cambaridae. More than 300 species live in rivers brooks ponds and even special crayfish farms across the country. Most types prefer fresh flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath…
  • Windmill Freeze Prevention Control System


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    …become frozen. This system protects your airline from freezing in the cold winter months. It is self-regulating and monitors changes in air line pressure. If there is a blockage the system automatically releases a small amount of non-toxic ethanol or 95% isopropyl alcohol directly into the…
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  • Power House Dock Mounts


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    …Ideal use for winter deicing summer weed control creating fish-attracting currents or removing oil spills around your dock or boat. Stainless steel fasteners steel mounting base bail and a pipe holder is included for maximum protection against corrosion in saltwater applications. Small Dock Mount…
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