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20 04, 2023

Maintaining a Clean Pond: How to Keep Your Pond Water Clear

By |2023-04-20T14:02:06-04:00April 20th, 2023|pond maintenance|

The Ultimate Checklist for Maintaining a Clean Pond: Keeping Your Pond Water Clear As a pond owner, it is important to maintain a clean and healthy environment for your aquatic plants and animals. A clean pond not only enhances the beauty of your property, but it also ensures the survival of your pond inhabitants. In [...]

28 07, 2019


By |2021-07-02T16:02:08-04:00July 28th, 2019|Uncategorized|

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18 03, 2019

Pond Filtration Basics

By |2019-08-01T15:32:56-04:00March 18th, 2019|koi pond maintenance|

Pond Filtration: A Pond Owner's Guide. Pond water filtration has become less of a mystery with the growth of the aquarium industry. Some experts promote the use of mechanical, chemical and biological filtration. Many filtration systems on the market today include all three components in one filter. Mechanical filtration works by trapping suspended particles until [...]

18 03, 2019

How to Improve Fish Health

By |2019-08-01T15:36:22-04:00March 18th, 2019|koi|

Fish Health:  Paying Attention to the Details Whether you have a large pond with sport fish or a backyard water garden with beautiful koi and goldfish, maintaining the health of your fish can be achieved by paying attention to key details. Optimum fish health is achieved with good nutrition, sanitation and good water quality. Good [...]

18 03, 2019

Healthy Koi: Respiration

By |2019-08-01T15:37:13-04:00March 18th, 2019|koi|

Koi Fish Care:  What Every Pond Owner Should Know By product of anaerobic respiration are carbon dioxide, ammonia, nitrate, nitrogen gases, hydrogen sulfide, and methane. These substances are transported from the soil to the water by diffusion, seepage, and sediment disturbance. Respiration by microorganisms decomposing organic matter in pond soil consumes oxygen faster than it [...]

18 03, 2019

Kohaku: A Closer Look

By |2019-08-01T15:38:02-04:00March 18th, 2019|koi|

Choosing High Quality Kohaku What are the best things to know about the Kohaku? To start, they originated in Japan in the early 1800’s. They were owned by farmers and were used for food. If it weren’t for the curiosity of the local farmers, the Kohaku may have never been bred. Two popular breeders are [...]


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