A lack of electrolytes in pond may cause serious health problems for fish. API POND SALT supplies electrolytes to improve fish respiration. Made from evaporated sea water and containing natural active ingredients such as a natural fish tonic, API POND SALT promotes the overall health of your fish by improving their gill function and reducing stress in a pond. This all-natural salt provides the essential electrolytes fish need for the uptake of oxygen and release of carbon dioxide and ammonia through the gills. API POND SALT should only be added to reduce stress during new pond setup and water changes or to promote disease recovery when solving specific fish health issues. Use API POND SALT when setting up a new pond, when changing water or treating disease. Make sure to take extra care when using salt with live plants, as some plants may be sensitive. With API POND products, it’s easy to keep a beautiful pond. For almost 60 years API has developed premium solutions with proven and effective results for your family and ours. API offers a range of testing kits, water conditioners, and nutritionally superior food, because we’re dedicated to making a better underwater world. They work to provide a safe, hospitable environment for fish such as koi, catfish, perch, goldfish and more. At API, we understand the rewards and relaxation of fishkeeping because we have a passion for fish too.
- Promotes fish health and disease recovery with increased electrolytes
- Improves respiration for fish in pond
- Made from evaporated sea water for all-natural results
- Use when changing water, when setting up a new freshwater aquarium or pond and when treating fish disease
- Contains one (1) API POND SALT Pond Water Salt 4.4-Pound Container
- Treats up to 550 gallons
Ingredients: Sodium Chloride (TX-10)
Use Instructions: Ponds with plants: add 1.25 cups of Pond Salt for each 100 gallons of pond water. Ponds without plants: add 2.5 cups of Pond Salt for each 100 gallons of pond water.
Storage Instructions: Store in original containers. Keep containers securely sealed. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Store away from incompatible materials and foodstuff containers.