Pond Thermometer

Pond Thermometer

Pond Thermometer

Pond & Water Garden Thermometer• Can be used as a floating thermometer (with cap on) or sinking (with cap off) • Made from ABS plastic and shatterproof lens, reads in both F° and C° • 3′ cord included.

What’s the big deal about taking the pond temperature? Two of the main reasons are fish health and aeration. In a Koi pond we want to stop feeding the Koi when the water temp is close to 60 degrees, they cannot process food once the water become too cool. Know when to start up and shut down or move the diffusers of your aeration system. Start up in spring when the water reaches 55 degrees and shut down the system or move the diffusers when the water drops to 55 degrees. More on aeration start up and shut down on our, Aerator Start up page or When to Start the Aeration System.

In our experience with these pond thermometer’s we find that leaving them in the pond is not the best idea. Over time they seem to allow water into the number area and can become un readable. Take the temperature either floating on the surface or let it sink the pull the thermometer out and let it dry until next tie it is needed.
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About the author: Darrell Rhoades is the founder of Whatpond.com. A one man business, works full time in tool & die. It all started when he built his own pond for the family. Ran into pond issues and started the research with pond suppliers and conferences for pond management. He writes about pond building and pond management and sells pond management supplies, aeration & fountains and Practical hands on experiences at Whatpond.com. . No physical store, but has items in stock.

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