We recently had a customer submit a question on our website about comparing the effectiveness of pond aeration vs. pond chemicals to maintain a pond. After reading the question several times, I realized why I felt the need to read it over…because we believe in using both. To compare the use of pond aeration alone […]
Fish habitat is important to consider when building a pond. One huge mistake that fishermen make is allowing submerged weed growth to take over their pond in an attempt to provide habitat for fish. This ultimately gives weeds a foothold, the fisherman gets busy and the pond care gets neglected. Boom! Weeds everywhere! Wife unhappy! […]
This is probably the number one reason pond owners are hesitant about having their pond algae treated; they are worried about pond algae treatments killing their fish. We would be lying if we said there weren’t risks involved; however, we are confident that we can successfully treat for pond algae and keep your fish safe. […]
Alex is a 24 year old regional manager for Northwestern Ohio. He has been with Pond Champs for over 5 years and recently obtained his Category 5 (Aquatics) License. He graduated from Grace College with a Bachelor’s degree in Ministry Leadership and now lives near downtown Fort Wayne. He enjoys reading, hiking, hanging out with […]
After a lengthy winter, your pond may look a little like your garage: messy and full of unwanted items. In other words, once the weather warms up consistently in the spring you may notice that your pond is now full of weeds and algae. This is mainly due to three factors: 1. Sunlight/Water temperature increase […]
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