Why is my pond alkaline?

Answer Proper pond pH is between 7.0 and 9.0. If your pond is too alkaline (above 9.0) it can be harmful to both plants and fish. It is important not only to lower the pH, but to stabilize it as well. Kno... Read More »

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Whats with "alkaline diets" People talking about keeping your body in an alkaline state for health?

It's all bull to fool and rip off uncritical thinkers. You passed the test!

What Is the Difference Between Alkaline & Non-Alkaline Batteries?

Non-rechargeable, dry cell batteries are categorized in several ways: by letter designations, by voltages and by applications. However, a chemical classification that differentiates dry cell batter... Read More »

What size pond filter do I need for a 1,200 gallon pond?

Once upon a time, finding a filter for an outdoor pond was simple; you divided the volume of the pond by half to find the size of pump needed to power a canister filter. Today, a 1,200 gallon pond ... Read More »

What size pond heater do I need for my pond?

On One Hand: Pond Heater Only Required With FishA pond heater is an available option to purchase for the pond if the owner chooses to stock the water with fish, especially Koi. According to Garden ... Read More »