About pond fountain ideas and equipment, Do you choose the equipment to put in your pond? This will help in effective management. However, you need to overcome it, for example, let the tap water mature so it is easy for the fish to stay. The new pool and the water contained in it need to mature within a certain period of time. You can buy a pool treatment kit to solve this problem and overcome the mortality of the fish. Make sure that the product you buy is not harmful to all types of Koi and plants in the pond. The have to have items for the garden pond are the liner, pump, and filtering system. Along with these though, the following items are often added to the garden pond inventory.
A good filter must be able to remove as much solids from the water as possible. This is important for the following reasons:
• Solids make the water turbid and, thus, it is difficult to clearly see your prized Koi.
• Solids that were not removed by the mechanical filter can clog filter media and make the biological filtration stages ineffective.
Filter and Pump Your Koi pond requires a specific type of filtration, as opposed to garden ponds which might have other types of ornamental fish. Koi are omnivorous fish and can be fed up to eight times a day during warmer days. They can consume up to 2% of their own body weight in food daily. Because of this, Koi produce great amounts of solid waste. They excrete ammonia via their urine and gills as they breathe. Koi were bred for their attractive external appearance; but, as a result of this selective breeding, they now have weakened immune systems and require much more care and attention for them to be kept healthy. Above all, they need top-quality water at all times for them to survive and thrive abundantly. For this reason, it is important to use the right type of filter that will handle the pond’s water filtration needs.
Good mechanical filtration can only be achieved in combination with the correct pump flow rates and the right type of mechanical filters. The golden rule to follow is: the bigger the filter, the better it is in doing its function. A filter system cannot be too big, but it can certainly be too small.
Aerators Aeration is a must have for any pond environment, but more so for smaller ponds with lots of fish. It significantly reduces nitrogen levels, especially if combined with the introduction of dissolved oxygen that help decay the waste. Available aerators include fountains, waterfalls, diffused aeration, windmills and paddlewheels.
Garden pond thermometers
Whether you use a pond heater or not you are still going to want to monitor the temperature of the pond water. Even without having fish, many of the garden ponds provide a home to aquatic plants. These plants all have temperature ranges that the water must be kept at in order to keep the plants healthy. The pond thermometers take the guess work out assuming what the water temperature is. They are one of many garden inexpensive garden pond accessories. They are easy to use, and are immersed below the water level to the about the half way mark of the depth of the water.
These are another one of the garden pond accessories that pond lovers enjoy. They are a small inexpensive item, but another pond item that most garden pond owners simply will not do without. These can be used to control the operation of the pump or the pond lighting or even the waterfall or fountain. It makes it most convenient to have these items cut on and off at a predetermined time automatically.
These are a real time saver when it comes to garden pond maintenance. They are a fine mesh that fit over the top of the pond. They are easy to install and when fitted properly are hardly noticeable. They serve some great purposes. They prevent the boisterous larger fish from jumping out of the pond. They are great at holding water garden predators at bay. Most importantly they prevent a lot of debris like leaves, and debris from landing in the pond which means less cleaning and less risk of pond contamination.