Watch the short video below where I cover one of the simplest but most useful pond care tools to use during the fall, winter, and spring.
It’s such a simple thing, but a pond thermometer will help you keep tabs on where your pond stands as the weather get’s colder. Actually it’s good any time of year, because in the summer, it’s nice to know just how warm things are getting too.
But in the fall, the most notable temperatures to track are around 50 degrees, which is when you’ll normally see fish slow down on their feeding and most warm weather bacteria will stop working.
You’ll find the pond thermometer featured in the video on the fall products page of our website, it’s the second item from the bottom of the page.