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pH Regulators

Proper pH control is imperative to prevent the harmful effects of too alkaline or too acidic pond water on fish and plant life.

The pH range of 6 to 8.5 is acceptable for most pond life. The primary concern with pH is its direct relationship to the toxicity of ammonia and nitrite. Each pH interger above the neutral 7 reflects a tenfold increase in such toxicities.

Any pH value below the neutral 7 is considered acidic. Baking soda or ground limestone will raise the pH level.