creating a koi pond

By · Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

creating a koi pond
suffocating fish, what should I do? Time is of the essence!?

I have a pond and the pump for two days by accident. 6 dead fish (koi ~ 1-2 lbs) I have also goldfish. Some koi and goldfish have survived. However, a goldfish seems to be on edge. He goes to the bottom and ends at his side. I have a waterfall that creates oxygen. Should I let it do what you want done and swim to the bottom, or if I put in a network of near-surface where the waterfall hits the water runoff (I think this is where more oxygen would be). ? Please help! This is the first time this has happened in the past Three years. The lake is approximately 4 feet by 4 feet wide by 5 feet long. Someone forgot to attach the waterfall to aerate the water. I'm going to bring a pump to try to revive him. Thanks for the tips. I had not thought of that. I'll have to try to find my spare tank.

has a large plastic box you can put in an air pump for the moment, it seems you have problems with your ammonia nitrite conditions of a second too!

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