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        Water quality is the most important factor in a koi pond or water garden. Koi, goldfish and other aquatic life can survive in less than ideal conditions. One thing pond hobbyists can do to help their fish thrive instead of merely surviving is to make sure that the minerals and trace elements found in natural ponds are in the water of their koi ponds and water gardens. In almost all cases, the water used to fill our beautiful ponds is deficient in most of the minerals and trace elements needed to allow our koi and goldfish to reach their maximum potential. What little minerals you have in your pond water are quickly absorbed by the fish, plants and even the bacteria that colonize your filters. Unfortunately, most of the water used for our ponds comes from the tap, which is a poor substitute for providing a healthy aquatic environment for your fish. Minerals and trace elements are necessary for the optimum health and development of our fish. The only way those minerals can be replaced or introduced is through water changes and additives. The highest quality koi in the world are raised in mud bottom ponds. Even the top koi breeders have to add fresh clay to their ponds to replace the minerals and trace elements needed to raise these incredible living jewels.

        The leading koi experts in the world agree that the clay that contains the most minerals and trace elements is bentonite / montmorillonite clay. There is very little, if any, bentonite clay in our yards and gardens. This type of clay has to be mined and processed to a consistency that will allow you to add it to your pond. Even though there are mines in several places around the world, not all bentonite clays contain the same level of minerals. That is why we spent the time and effort researching to find the best source to make sure our clay is high in the needed minerals for your fish. You can be assured that "Ultimate Koi Clay" has been laboratory tested to confirm it will provide the proper minerals for your fish when used according to our dosing instructions. Try it and you will see the difference in your water, your fish and your pond.

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I also agree that Gene's Koi Clay has taken care of string algae. I have not really noticed my fish being brighter....but have noticed that my water seems more clear. I was told by a special guru friend to mix it in with the koi food to help with digestion, and have been doing that as well.

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