Would you find it comfortable if the air was too dry or if there wasn’t enough oxygen?
Well for fish, water is like our air.
You can make sure your fish live healthily and well with proper water pH.
pH measures how basic or acidic something is.
Lifeguards do it for pools, we do it for ponds.
A pH of 7 is perfect for fish ponds as it is a neutral pH, like the water we drink. A fish’s blood pH level is about 7.4, so any water pH between 6.5 – 9 is ok as long as it doesn’t vary too often.
You can learn more about pond pH levels >>