Floating Fish Barrier 18" diameter
Must Have Barrier for Floating Plants
A must have barrier for your floating pond plants. My koi fish eat floating plants like a salad thus this barrier prevents that. The koi fish hide under the barrier to stay out of the sun.
April 22, 2015
This is a great product for keeping floating water plants looking neat and contained. This is our second one. We had the first one for several years and since we were so happy with the product, we decided to replace it with the same.
May 28, 2014
FLOATING FISH BARRIER PLUS!
This is great for small tender floating plants to adsorb nutrients and mature without worry of being destroyed during spawning or as a snack! BUT, the BEST USE I have found for the larger fish barrier is providing a source of shade and protection for my koi - even without plants- and without space reduction as floats on the water. Proven safer during spawning and use in holding tanks over deeper hard-plastic floating plant containers as jumping fish will not be injured or trapped out of water if they land on the soft netting used for the floating fish barrier. Fish weight will make the barrier go deeper into the water if the fish does not flip itself out first. I like the hard-plastic type but have lost several fish after spawning and landing in the tub without strength to maneuver out. Therefore, I refrain from using hard-plastic tub floaters until after spawning season.
May 28, 2014
Miracle Pond Nets
If you've got koi, you know how they munch on floating plants! These have worked miracles in keeping my floating plant from my koi. I also tried something new, I added sun patients and begonias, bare root, to these baskets - so beautiful and they are thriving and blooming their hearts out!
These look natural in the pond and can be used year to year - a true miracle for someone who's tried everything else!
May 27, 2014