Fall is great time of year to enjoy the outdoors. Pond maintenance become simpler from summer’s maintaenance routine, but leaves falling into your pond can become a real concern. Your pond pump needs to not be clogged with leaves to obstruct water flow. pond boss has a few solutions to help protect your pump all season long: Pond Skimmer, pumpshield®, and Universal Pump Filter Box. Read more How to Protect Your Pond Pump in Fall
Water and filtration go hand in hand. It is the reason you probably have filtered water in your home or opt for bottled water. There are three main occurrences of naturally purified water: mechanical, biological, and evaporation. The first is mechanical, as water is along the surface of the earth it can pass through soil, gravel, and rocks into aquifers that can be drilled into as a water source. The next is biological with water passing through forests, grasslands, or wetlands and plants absorbing chemicals from the water and helping to compete for nutrient loads. The final form, is through the evaporation. This process separates water from other materials at a microscopic level for evaporation and when it condensates creating rain there is only water left. Does this sound familiar to ponds? If so, that is because the filtration that naturally occurs in nature is so meant to be replicated in ponds. Read more The Importance of Pond Filtration
It’s fall. The season brings relief from the heat of summer. Leaves change colors. Other plants start to go dormant. For those that own a pond, fall brings a new perspective and a new maintenance opportunity. This season is prime to complete some annual maintenance items on your backyard pond since fish and plant life are already slowing down. Plus, the cooler (but not too cold) temperatures make this the ideal time to work outside. Read more Enjoy Your Pond More This Fall by Following Three Easy Steps
Few things in nature bring such fleeting, vibrant beauty as fall leaves. While beautiful to look at, seeing trees change color also reminds pond owners that it’s time to think about keeping leaves out of their pond pumps and filters. This fall, follow our favorite tips for keeping your pond and its filtration system working well through the changing seasons. Read more Autumn Tips for Maintaining Pond Pumps and Filters
If you are a pond owner and want your water to be clear and your fish to stay healthy, then it all comes down to choosing the right filtration systems. Since all ponds are different, there is not a one-size-fits-all solution. So, determining the best pond filter is dependent upon each pond’s environment and the respective goals of each pond owner. Read more Filtration Systems and Products for Ponds with Fish
A pond in the summer is not equal to a pond in the winter. As the seasons’ change, the ecology of the entire pond changes as well. If your pond filter system is not adequate for summer weather, the fish, plants, and you will all suffer for it. Even the best filter must have a GPH (gallon per hour) capacity of at least ½ your pond’s volume. But which is the “best” water filter will depend on what you need the filter to do. Read more Summer Water-Gardening: What Is the Best Water Filter For My Pond?
Summertime is coming and with it comes the time when you get to enjoy your pond. Relax in the evening light and watch the fish as they swim merrily in your pond or observe the insects that flit to and fro, attracted to the plant life that exists within and around your pond. Life always attracts life, and with spring well underway, now is the time to get all the cleanup work done. One thing that is completely necessary for your pond is the pressurized pond filter. Read more Water Gardening Tips: Pond Filters and Filter Kits