Healthy Pond Treatment Blog


Pond Maintenance: What To Do After A Storm

When Mother Nature unleashes her fury on our environment, a certain amount of cleanup always seems to follow. In terms of pond maintenance, there are several steps that you might want to take after a storm to ensure the quality of your water, including the following:...

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6 Facts About Our Natural Pond Cleaners

When it comes to cleaning, using natural products is usually the best option, and pond cleaners are no exception. At Healthy Ponds, we have several all-natural products that can prevent or correct many common pond water issues. If you haven’t used our products before,...

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Easy Koi Pond Maintenance Tips

A koi pond can be a wonderful decorative feature, but many people worry about the difficulty of koi pond maintenance. At Healthy Ponds, we have some helpful tips and easy-to-use products that can help your koi and their pond water stay as healthy as possible.  ...

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Winter Pond Maintenance: 5 Essential Tips

While summer pond maintenance might seem more crucial than winter pond maintenance, there are actually several steps that you need to take as the temperatures drop to help maintain water quality through the winter months and into the spring.   Clear Away Dead...

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Autumn Pond Care: Getting Ready For Winter

While the temperatures in the last few weeks (for most of the United States) have still been quite warm, winter weather is coming soon and that means it’s time for fall pond care! There are several autumn pond cleaning tasks that we recommend before your cold season...

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Bioverse Response To COVID-19

Late in 2018, our entire team at Bioverse met to develop the principles that we felt should guide us in doing business.  There were several great ideas, but we whittled away at them to come up with the essence of who we are, who we want to be and how we do business....

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Dr. Connie’s Natural Solutions

A million dollar view isn’t oceanfront, it’s a sweeping sea of green leaves that means your crop is doing well.  The only fences you want are those that keep the animals in and the threats out.  You let your kids write their names in the dust on your truck to show the...

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Our all-natural products do not kill algae or weeds. The EPA requires that we use careful language when defining the effects of our all-natural products vs algaecides/chemicals. If you have questions regarding the descriptions/definitions, please contact us.