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Koi Fish and Water Conditions


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Maintain Healthy Koi Ponds with Pond Water Conditioners
Keep Koi Care Simple: Maintain Healthy Koi Ponds with Pond Water Conditioners Good water quality is the cornerstone of successful koi ponds. Healthy pond water needs to be clean, clear, and full of life-supporting bacteria. But did you know clear water doesn’t always mean healthy pond water?

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Chlorine Neutralizer eliminates chlorine and chloramine to make tap water safe for your pond. These harmful chemicals are added to many municipal water systems and if they are transferred to your pond, they can cause irreversible gill damage to your fish. Chlorine is also harmful to beneficial bacteria and compromises biological filtration by depleting bacterial colonies. Use Neutralize to remove chlorine whenever you perform water changes or top off evaporated water.

Live Nitrifying Bacteria adds life-supporting bacteria and enzymes to establish efficient biological filtration. It enhances your pond’s natural means of breaking down harmful ammonia and other nitrogenous waste. Colonize is also beneficial anytime you add fish, overfeed, or perform routine filter maintenance.

With each of these conditioners on hand, you’re armed with the best defense against common pond water quality issues.

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