EasyTreat™ Ammonia Remover will remove ammonia, nitrite and nitrate from pond water quickly and efficiently. Any new introduction of fish to a pond or aquarium environment means extra organic load on the system. This is in addition to the normal organic load of a pond environment (ie - uneaten fish food, fish waste and pond debris). Over time this debris accumulates and degrades causing ammonia to be released into the system.
It is always best to apply EasyTreat™ Ammonia Remover when adding one or more new fish to the pond environment to compensate for the additional load the system will have to handle. The removal of ammonia and nitrite from the system will create a safer and healthier environment for fish and should keep stress levels and stress symptoms under control.
Crystal Clear ParaSalt is formulated to increase koi and goldfish electrolytic intake. Electrolytes are critical in building and maintaining a healthy slime coat. Electrolytes such as potassium are essential in wound repair and in times of heavy stress (ie – during water changes or clean-outs). Salt is excellent for mucous ...
KnockOut™ - Ick Control treatment and medication is formulated for helping control Ich on pond fish.
Treated correctly KnockOut™ - Ick Control medication will remove ich parasites, protozoa, bacteria and fungi from most fish species.
KnockOut™ - Ick Control Treatment
ParaCid™ - Parasite Control is a widely used material by pond and aquarium hobbyists and professionals for control of infestations of fish lice, anchorworm and flukes which are common in pond and aquarium habitats.
ParaCid™ - Parasite Control works extremely well on pond fish species such as ko ...
ReStore™ - Fungus Control keeps your koi or goldfish safe from commonly found parasitic protozoans such as, Ichthyopthirius, Trichodina, Costia and Chilodonella. ReStore™ is also very good for treating many common bacterial diseases.
Removes & Controls Skin Fungus
WipeOut™ - Bacterial Control medication and treatment is excellent for controlling gill diseases in pond and aquarium fish.
Bacterial diseases generally result from fish stress due to adverse water quality conditions (pH, oxygen or temperature problems), habitat clean-outs, untreated abrasions or predators.