You should know how to calculate your pond water volume for your water garden. You should know how much water is in your pond not just for the purpose of knowing how big of a pond pump you should buy but you should know in case your goldfish in your pond ever get sick. Sooner or later it’s inevitable that you will come across goldfish diseases and parasites that you will need to treat with fish medication.
Here’s how you figure out your pond volume simply by taking three measurements:
Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.49 US Gallons
1 foot x 1 foot x 1 foot = 1 cubic foot
1 cubic foot of water is equal to 7.49 US Gallons
To give you an example of calculating the pond water volume of my pond I’ll show you.
65 feet (length) x 22 feet (width) x 4 feet (average depth) = 5720 cubic feet
5720 cubic feet x 7.49 US Gallons = 42,842.8 gallons
The pond in the photo below is one of my parents, I’ll calculate their pond water volume as I forget now how much water their water garden holds.
10 feet (length) x 15 feet (width) x 3 feet (average depth) x 7.49 US Gallons =
You should always know how to calculate your pond water volume for your goldfish or koi pond. Sometimes you will need to treat your pond for diseases or to do water treatments. I hope that your goldfish stay healthy and live free of fish diseases but in case they get sick now you have your own pond water volume calculator formula here for you.
The Goldfish Guy
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