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Algae Bacteria

    …different forms such as straw bales pellets and extract. * Beneficial Bacteria – Excess nutrients mixed with sunlight are usually the cause of algae blooms. Nature's Defense® and Muck Defense® contain beneficial bacteria which consume the nutrients and other organic material in your…
  • CrystalClear® ClarityMax™

    4.6

    (37 reviews)

    …ClarityMax™ is a multi-purpose pond stream and waterfall treatment. ClarityMax™ uses all natural proprietary treatment blended with bacteria and enzymes to remove algae stains and prevent debris buildup for long term water clarity. Safe for fish plants and domestic animals.
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    $19.99 - 319.99
  • CrystalClear® MuckOff™

    4.3

    (23 reviews)

    …Muck & Odors * Breaks Down Fish Waste & Dead Algae * Removes Bottom Sludge CrystalClear MuckOff is natural bacteria and enzyme tablets that sink to the bottom of the pond and instantly begin to work to digest muck caused by dead algae fish waste leaves and twigs. Formulated to not only…
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    $13.99 - 109.99
  • …beneficial bacteria. Solution: Beneficial bacteria like those found in the DefensePAC® are microorganisms that consume excess nutrients and debris and convert them into a harmless gas. When your pond has little to no nutrients to feed the algae it will eventually die off. Beneficial bacteria
  • The Pond Guy® Muck Defense® Pond Muck Reducer

    4.6

    (235 reviews)

    …and releasing beneficial bacteria that instantly begin digesting debris. Muck Defense is great at removing hard to reach muck from the bottom of gravel & rock pond bottoms. All the decaying organic material adds to your nutrient load which in time can create algae blooms. Muck Defense reduces…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • Worried about toxic or harmful algae blooms? With all the talk in the news you may be on edge. Let's first assure you that algae blooms are a normal part of a healthy ecosystem and not all algae blooms contain harmful toxins. The algae blooms making headlines are from a type of cyanobacteria. Though…
    …Defense® feature beneficial bacteria that consume the excess nutrients and convert them into a harmless gas. Have an existing algae bloom in your water garden that needs treatment? Check out our article How to Choose an Algae Control for tips on managing existing algae growth and different tools…
    …PL Gel to jump-start the repopulation process. Beneficial bacteria is a useful tool for creating a balanced ecosystem but it is only one piece of the pond. If you continually struggle with muck poor water quality or algae blooms try to think about what the root of the problem might…
    …the decaying matter from becoming muck and fertilizer for future algae blooms. Proactive Approach The best way to fight algae and weed growth is to be proactive about pond management. With the use of pond dyes to shade the water bacteria augmentation and sub-surface aeration you will be on your way…
    Bacteria - Though you will not have fish waste or decomposing leaves in your basin since it is covered nutrients can still accumulate and lead to algae growth. Regularly using a beneficial bacteria such as FeatureClear™ will be an essential part of keeping your water clean. Beneficial bacteria
    …dissolved oxygen levels. * Beneficial Bacteria – Like your fish beneficial bacteria are aerobic and need oxygen to survive. These bacteria consume the excess nutrients in your pond which act as fertilizer for algae growth. Aeration makes these bacteria work harder to clean up your pond leading…
    …turned green. Green water is caused by microscopic algae floating throughout the pond. Even with proper filtration and regular use of Nature's Defense® and Muck Defense® beneficial bacteria some ponds are naturally more predisposed to algae blooms – especially if they get full sun or…