Aquascape Pond Salt

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SKU: 99416
Regular price $11.18

Aquascape Pond Salt offers a comprehensive range of advantages for both ponds and their inhabitants, serving as both a treatment and a preventive measure. This specialized salt formulation serves several important purposes in maintaining a healthy pond ecosystem.

Firstly, Aquascape Pond Salt plays a crucial role in mitigating the adverse effects of elevated nitrite levels, which can become toxic to pond fish. By helping to counteract the negative impact of nitrites, this salt contributes to a safer and more hospitable environment for your fish.

Furthermore, the Pond Salt aids in restoring the natural electrolyte balance in the pond water. This is particularly important during periods of stress for pond fish, as it supports proper gill function and overall well-being. Stress can occur due to various factors, such as changes in water conditions, transportation, or the introduction of new fish.

Moreover, the non-iodized salt formulation contributes to the repair and promotion of a natural slime coat on fish. This slime coat acts as a protective barrier against external factors, including potential disease-causing pathogens. By maintaining a healthy slime coat, the Pond Salt helps to enhance the overall disease resistance of your pond fish.

Incorporating Aquascape Pond Salt into your pond maintenance routine can contribute to the health, well-being, and resilience of your pond fish, ultimately promoting a thriving and vibrant aquatic ecosystem.

Water Treatment Pond Salt
Effects of Freezing No effect
Storage Temperature (min-max) 32°F-104°F/ 0°C - 40°C
Consequences of Storing Outside Range Product and package deterioration
Usage Range (min-max water temperature) 32°F-100°F/0°C- 38°C
Consequences of Using Outside Range No effect


Fish Symptom Possible Problems Treatment
Erratic movement, flashing or rubbing on rocks and surfaces throughout the pond
  • Parasite Problem
Growths that look like "cotton balls"
  • Fungal Infection
Open wounds or ulcers
  • Bacterial Infection
Fins appear to be rotting away
  • Fin Rot
  • Bacterial Infection
Red streaks in the fins
  • Bacterial Infection
  • Parasite Problem
  • Ammonia Poisoning
Small, white spots that look like salt stuck to the body of the fish
  • Ich
  • Parasite problem
Gasping at the surface of the water
  • Oxygen Depletion
  • Aerate the pond and agitate the pond surface
  • Reduce fish load
Bulging eyes
  • Bacterial Infection
Scales protruding from a swollen body like a pine cone
  • Dropsy
  • Bacterial Infection
Difficulty swimming underwater floating at the surface upright
  • Swim Bladder Disease
  • If the fish is still feeding, feed fish with canned peas or a Spirulina-based fish food.
Red or swollen gills
  • Parasite Problem