Pond & Lake Supplies

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Cutrine Plus Algaecide
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$39.72
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A professional algaecide with a double-chelated copper solution effective for killing algae in large bodies of water.

Weed Razer
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$139.95
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Stainless steel blades slice variety of water weeds.

PoolProof
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PoolProof is a hexaborate water harmonizer that maintains a stable pH to reduce chlorine and other chemical loss to save chemical costs and reducing pump time


Pennington Aqua Liquid Fish Pond Fertilizer 10-34-0
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$71.36
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Penn Aqua Liquid Fish Pond 10-34-0 is the fertilizer that promotes plankton, while regulating plant growth.

K-Tea Aquatic Algaecide
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$99.95
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A professional algaecide for the use in slow moving or quiescent bodies of water as in golf course ponds.

Weed Razer "Pro"
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$179.95
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Adjustable stainless steel blades slice a variety of water weeds.


Beach Rake
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$123.06
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Great for cleaning beach, grooming swimming areas and landscape work.

Swifter Sifter
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$249.95
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The Swifter Sifter cleans all the muck from your pond, lake, or beach front.

Weed Razer Express
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$104.95
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Weed Razer Express is a 30 inch Aquatic Vegetation Cutter.


SpaProof
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$21.98
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SpaProof is a hexaborate water harmonizer that maintains a stable pH to reduce chlorine loss, saving chemical costs and keeping spa water crystal clear

 

Ponds can provide a beautiful lawn feature or make up part of a stunning natural landscape for you to enjoy. The upside of ponds is that you can choose to do as much maintenance as you see fit. If you’d like a more natural pond, you may not have to do much to ensure it is healthy, but a backyard garden pond may need pumps or filters, or koi, that may require routine maintenance. Regardless, we carry a wide variety of pond and lake supplies to help you keep your pond or lake healthy and looking beautiful. Continue reading below the pond supply products on this page to learn more about pond and lake care.

Pond & Lake Care Supplies: Types and Uses

There are many types of pond care supplies, from equipment to additives, which you can choose to add to your pond. Pond treatments come in a wide variety of types, and depending on the season, type of pond, and other factors, will dictate what type of pond maintenance or pond supplies you will need to use on your pond. Think of pond supplies not as pond chemicals, but as supplements to help you have a successful, beautiful outdoor pond to enjoy. Remember also that many pond supplies can also be used as lake supplies, lake chemicals, and lake treatments, depending on your needs.

  • Koi pond supplies: Depending on the size of your pond and the number of fish, you may need multiple water pumps and air bubblers, as well as food. Keeping the equipment working is key to the success of a koi pond.
  • Pond cleaning supplies: Sometimes ponds can become clouded with muck, caused by excess organic matter. Pond cleaners, like Crystal Blue Pond Cleaner, usually include some type of bacteria or microorganisms that consume the “muck” and clear up the water.
  • Algae control: Garden pond supplies or backyard pond supplies will often include some type of algae killer, especially during certain times of the year. Some algae are okay and actually healthy, but sometimes they threaten to overtake your entire pond. Copper sulfate or pond colorants can be used to reduce the risk of this happening.
  • Weed control is another aspect of pond care; so aquatic herbicides may also need to be used. However, use care if fish are involved. Pond colorants are generally safer for some weed control applications.
  • Pond and lake colorant: We sell pond dye to keep your pond or lake looking clean and blue.

Pond & Lake Care Tips

The goal in any pond is reaching a balance with the plants, wildlife, and natural bacteria or other microorganisms present in the water. There are factors that can disrupt this balance, causing murky waters or excess algal or aquatic weed bloom. You could run into other issues as well, like mosquitoes or faulty equipment. Here are a few tips to ensure your pond is healthy:

  • Avoid placing a new pond in the path of potential runoff, or plant a barrier of indigenous plants to filter out some runoff to an established pond. Runoff carries excess nutrition that can cause an overabundance of plant life in your pond.
  • Do not fertilize near a pond – stop fertilizing twenty feet away from ponds. Again, this will avoid any runoff of both chemicals and nutrients.
  • Attract wildlife to maintain a healthy balance. Creating a habitat for waterfowl and other animals can help achieve this.

In fish ponds or backyard ponds, seasonal checks of liners, electrical equipment, and filters are all intact, functional, and up-to-date. This will not only keep your pond healthy but ensure your fish are healthy as well.


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