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Algae Control With Fish

  • CrystalClear® Algae D-Solv™

    4.6

    (79 reviews)

    …is used to control green water string or hair algae and blanketweed. Once pond algae growth is under control weekly doses of Algae D-Solv will control algae growth and reduce pond maintenance. Algae D-Solv will not harm fish or ornamental plants when used as directed with vigorous aeration.
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    $14.99 - 129.99
  • …Weed and Algae Growth Weeds and algae are unfortunately not fully preventable. Getting rid of areas of major vegetation will help you keep better control over the beauty of your pond. After removal there are proactive steps you can take to slow down the impending weed and algae growth. Decrease…
    Algae in your water garden can be caused by an overabundance of fish waste and other organic material from leaves or previous algae blooms combined with excessive sunlight. Not only does all that green growth look unsightly it ruins your water quality and creates a headache for you and your fish.
  • TetraPond® Algae Control

    4.5

    (15 reviews)

    …TetraPond® Algae Control is an effective pond algae solution ideal for combating algae blooms (green water) string & hair algae (Spirogyra) and blanket weed (Oedogonium). TetraPond® Algae Control and other granular algae treatments can be used safely with ornamental plants and fish when used…
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    $9.99 - 49.99
  • …of algae you are looking to treat. For fine planktonic algae that causes green water Algae D-Solv™ or other liquid chemicals will be your best bet. If you are fighting filamentous (string) algae then a granular form such as AlgaeOff® is better since it will make better contact with the…
    …garden. When muck is disturbed (e.g. fish swimming nearby) it can enter the water column causing the pond to become cloudy or discolored. All the organic material adds to your nutrient load which in time can create algae blooms. If you are struggling with muck here are a few ways to get your pond…
    …or native fish to lakes and ponds for biological control of the insects. Of course you may not be able to completely eradicate the mosquitoes but you can at least suppress them using these measures. With a little aeration physical control biological control and if necessary chemical control you can…
    …weed control in slow-moving water and kill what is actively growing in your pond. If duckweed has not completely taken over your water surface you may notice algae growth mixed in with the weeds – in which case you will need to treat the algae first. Pro tip: Propeller will control both algae
    Fish need to have a safe relaxing place to go whether it's to escape from predators or spawn peacefully. A good fish habitat or fish structure in shallow waters will provide baitfish with hiding places as well as areas for algae plankton and other food sources to grow. Adding fish habitat structures…
    …up with an algae bloom in the summer make sure to use a product that is appropriate to the size of your pond and watch for additives that can be harmful to fish and snails. Always have vigorous aeration running when using any type of algae killer. Check out our articles on Water Garden Algae Control
    …your fish need clean water to thrive. Their well being is directly related to the liquid environment in which they live. * Algae Control: Pea soup and string algae feed on all that decomposing waste which they use as fertilizer. By removing those excess nutrients in the water column with a water…
    …and larger fish like bass and bluegill. Crayfish and dwarf crayfish are also kept as colorful pets in aquariums.Welcome Residents Crayfish can make a fun addition to your pond. They nibble on aquatic plants so they help control weed growth. They eat decaying material so they - along with Airmax®…