Prazi Pro (PraziPro) Fluke Treatment for Fresh Water
Prazi Pro (PraziPro) Fluke Treatment for Fresh Water This is the safest and most effective product for Flukes. However, it’s not very cost effective when you get into thousands of gallons. It depends on: Relatively clean water Well shaken In a temperate range from 68-80 DF Extremely uniform and thorough distribution in the water column. […]
How To Treat Microscopic Ciliated Protozoan Parasites in Pond and Goldfish
How To Treat Microscopic Ciliated Protozoan Parasites in Pond and Goldfish This is a common group of parasites and I have my ‘favorite treatments’ but things like live plants and water temperature come into play. I’ll discuss those things. How to Treat Ciliate Microscopic Parasites in Freshwater Ponds and with Goldfish. This section itemizes a […]
How to Treat Pond and Goldfish Fungal Infections
Koi may or may not even NEED a treatment for fungal infections. Fungal infections are caused by chilling, mostly. Poor water quality and a sagging pH can contribute. In ponds, fungal infections may come under control just with the warmth of spring. But if you want to treat, there are three medicines that work. Dosing […]
How to Treat Fluke Infestations in Pond and Goldfish
How to Treat Fluke Infestations in Koi and Goldfish Pond size is a limitation because certain medications are pretty expensive. Pond temperature lengthens and shortens the treatment interval as well. In colder water, Flukes run longer life cycles and it takes longer to kill them off. Especially egg laying flukes. There are many treatments. I […]
How To Treat Crustacean (Visible) Parasites in Pond and Goldfish
How To Treat Crustacean (Visible) Parasites in Pond and Goldfish This kind of medicine is pretty easy and the medicines are pretty easy to get.
How To Treat Bacterial Infections in Ponds and Goldfish
How To Treat Bacterial Infections in Ponds and Goldfish There are special limitations in large facilities partly due to volume and partly because temperature isn’t always within our control. There are at least two ways to “treat the pond” (and there fore the fish) when you can’t catch them up.