Does ionization have an effect on water treatments (beneficial bacteria, salt, medications, etc.)?

Field and lab testing at copper levels of 0.25 mg/L (ppm) has shown no significant impact on the beneficial bacteria levels in the pond.  Using ionization does not replace the need to add beneficial bacteria.  It is still recommended to add beneficial bacteria to the water feature on a routine basis to ensure best possible water quality.

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