Springtime is when your pond will seem to come back to live. It is a critical
time to get your pond back into the beautiful condition it once was in. Because
of the temperature rise and falls, this is the best time to help stabilize your
Once your pond water has reached the temperature of 50°, your fish will begin to
develop immunities. It is best to start feeding the fish sparingly and very
early in the morning. This is recommended so that the fish can process the food
before nightfall and the temperature lowers again. If you took care of your pond
throughout the winter, the season transition should go very smooth. This is also
the best time to clean and prepare pumps and pond filters for the upcoming
Some other things that should be on your checklist are.
Add algaecide to help kill the algae or scoop out the algae clumps by hand.
Test water regularly for ammonia and nitrites.
Replace a part of the pond water.
Provide shelter for fish until plants begin to grow again
Monitor fish healthy daily
Following the given checklist and other suggestions will help your pond make the
season transition without a casualty.