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This item: TetraPond Spring & Fall Diet Floating Pond Sticks, 3.08 Pounds
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|Dimensions||13 inches x 4.5 inches x 10 inches||13 inches x 4.5 inches x 10 inches||11.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 9.5 inches||23 inches x 6 inches x 16.5 inches|
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A healthy pond starts with quality nutrition. As the makers of the world’s most popular Fish food, TetraPond offers a variety of pond nutrition to meet any need. You can feel good knowing your Koi, Goldfish, and other pond fish are receiving a diet full of beneficial protein, vitamins, and fiber.
Using quality fish food helps keep your pond clearer and cleaner. Foods like TetraPond Pond Sticks and Flakes are highly digestible—meaning nutrients are fully digested and not passed out into the pond to pollute and promote algae growth. It is important to only feed your fish enough food that they will consume within five minutes to avoid clouding water.
Tetra offers a variety of soft stick diets to provide the best possible nutrition all year round. TetraPond sticks are designed to soften quickly for toothless pond fish and are highly digestible to promote clear water and minimize waste. Take a look below to see which TetraPond Stick diet might be best for your fish.
TetraPond Diets include the proper balance of nutrients to keep you fish in peak condition:
Vitamins: For growth, health, and metabolism. Contains stabilized Vitamin C.
Protein: Contains amino acids for growth and maintenance.
Fats: A concentrated energy source.
Fiber: For healthy and efficient digestion.
Feed at least two to three times daily only as much food as your fish will consume within five minutes. When water temperature is below 50 degrees pond fish should only be fed TetraPond Spring and Fall diet. Fish should not be fed when the temperature is below 39 degrees.
|An ideal maintenance diet that provides nutrition for energy, longevity, and overall health.||Feed in spring, summer, and fall when water temperatures are 50 degrees and above.||Ideal for all sizes of Pond Fish, Goldfish, and Koi.|
|A highly nutritious diet that brings out vibrant reds and yellows on Koi and Ornamental Goldfish.||Feed in spring, summer, and fall, when water temperatures are 50 degrees and above.||Ideal for all sizes of Koi and Ornamental Goldfish.|
|Wheat germ’s exceptional digestibility at low temperatures is very important since fish metabolism and the pond’s ammonia-reducing biological activity are greatly diminished in colder months.||Feed in spring and fall, when water temperatures are below 50 degrees and above 39 degrees.||Ideal for all sizes of Koi and Goldfish.|
|A high-protein diet containing essential amino acids that help younger fish grow.||Feed in late spring and early summer when water temperatures are 50 degrees and above.||Ideal for young Koi and Goldfish.|
|Premium blend of three foods to enhance vitality. Includes Pond Sticks, Koi Vibrance, and Wheat Germ Sticks.||Feed in spring, summer, and fall, when water temperatures are 50 degrees and above.||Great variety for all pond fish.|
|Have peace of mind when traveling with TetraPond Vacation Food. This gel-based block will feed all pond fish for up to seven days without clouding water.||Feed in spring, summer, and fall, when water temperatures are 50 degrees and above.||Ideal for all pond fish during periods of extended absence.|
Great pond food for Spring and Fall. Fish like it and it's easy to see in the filter so you can scoop it out.Published 6 days ago by tom myers
Koi fish seem to like this food. But then again, I think they love any food at all ;). We live in Charlotte, NC and I use this food in Spring and Fall (no feeding During winter)... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Juliak
I have 60 Koi fish in my pond and they all scramble for the food!!!Published 3 months ago by judith m nolan
My Koi are doing GREAT. Going into second winter with no issues. Use Growth and Vibrance in warmer months.Published 3 months ago by Mary