Pond Water Treatments

PH levels

Question: I read that phosphates can cause high ph problems. They can come from plant fertilizer. I live around a lot of farm fields who use crop dusters. How can I get my ph down to a normal level? Answer: Using a Phosphate Remover would help bring your phosphates down. The problem with this situation…

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Stabilize PH balance

Question: I have tried gallons of PH decreaser and PH buffer / stabilizer to lower the ph in our pond. No luck. Ph is around 8.2 to 8.5 after treatments. The water going into the pond is around 7.3. I have also tried replacing 25% of the water every day for a week, also no…

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Pond algae

Question: I built a pond of approximately 130ft x 45ft x 6ft ave depth. I have stocked it with bream, perch and catfish. I am experiencing a massive growth of hair algae which I am afraid will decimate the fish population if not addressed. Please advise. Answer: Since your Fish Pond is so large I…

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Lower PH level

Question: my pond ph will not lower to recomended level, i have used quite a few bottles of ph down over the past summer and it is still super high. what are somethings that cause high ph and ph rebound Answer: Always measure pH first thing in the morning, since it will rise naturally throughout…

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Fall/Winter algae maintenance

Question: It just started to get cold here and I have started with string and bubble algae. How can I control this for the fall/winter? My pond is about 1000 gallons with a waterfall and biofall filter Answer: It is challenging to maintain the pond in areas where the weather gets cold, but there are…

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How often can you safely treat pond with AccuClear?

Question: How often can you safely treat pond with AccuClear? I’m having water clarity issues recently, and it’s making me nuts! I religiously add beneficial bacteria and I stay on top of algae. Answer: You can use Accu-Clear every 24 hours as long as you do not use more than needed per dose. When you…

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Rain water care

Question: After heavy rains, my koi pond has turned a reddish, brown color. How do I clear this up? Answer: I would suggest using some Activated Carbon to remove anything that is being washed into your pond. Activated Carbon is great for removing discoloring substances and toxins that may have gotten into your pond.

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Green Pond Water

Question: I now have all the products that you have in your Pond Battalion Kit III. I have been using them as recommended for over 2 months and the pea soup water will not get any better. My pond is @ 8×11 and 3’deep. It has a skimmer and bio falls. The water was great…

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PH Balance

Question: Hi! Nothing I seem to do lowers the PH balance of our pond. I have tried several PH decreasers (purchased through you) and the PH barely comes down at all. Please advise!! Thanks! Gary Answer: We understand how frustrating pH can be. Here are a couple of facts: 1. pH fluctuates throughout the day…

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