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Algae Herbicide

  • Propeller Aquatic Herbicide − Flumioxazin

    4.8

    (39 Reviews)

    * Eliminate Duckweed Watermeal Algae and so much more * Dissipates Quickly and does not accumulate in sediment * Effective in Slow Moving or Quiescent Waters Propeller Aquatic Herbicide provides fast control of tough invasive plants such as duckweed watermeal fanwort hydrilla and more. Propeller is…
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    $99.99 - 109.98
  • Hydrothol Granular Aquatic Algaecide & Herbicide

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …Acting Granular Formula * Great For Bottom Growing Algae & Chara * Control Weeds Surrounding Docks & Shorelines Hydrothol Granular aquatic herbicide and algaecide for ponds provides rapid-acting contact control for submerged weeds and algae. Hydrothol even works where there is moving water…
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    $129.99 - 249.99
  • Airmax Treatment Booster Plus

    4.9

    (53 Reviews)

    …chemical treatment to target aquatic weeds and algae. This surfactant works by breaking down the surface of the plant allowing the chemical treatment to penetrate. Treatment Booster Plus also has been enhanced to work on underwater weeds and algae by breaking the water's surface tension. The…
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    $12.99 - 55.99
  • …by the Environmental Protection Agency for aquatic use like Algae Defense Aquathol and Shoreline Defense aquatic herbicides. Why the regulations? Read on for details. Environmental Protection The EPA registers products like herbicides for aquatic use to protect the environment. Its goal is to…
    …seeds and remaining rhizomes. Both algaecides (used to treat forms of algae) and herbicides (treats pond weeds) can be found in either a liquid or granular form. * Liquid applications are commonly used for floating weeds and algae that are sitting on the pond's surface (or up to 3 feet deep) and for…
    herbicide products for short-term control of duckweed and other invasive aquatic weeds. These herbicides provide broad-spectrum pond 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
    …weeds and algae are actively growing * A quick fix before a PROACTIVE care plan has been established For years the accepted method of pond care was to wait for a problem like an algae bloom or weed growth and then REACT to it with a chemical application. Although algaecides and herbicides work great…
    …types of weeds in your pond. Most algaecides and herbicides will treat a variety of weeds and algae so it is not always necessary to identify the exact weed but to just determine the class of weeds it belongs to. Weed Classification * Algae: Algae is a cellular plant that is a common nuisance with…
    …area for muskrats leeches snakes and other pests. Many types of weeds and algae can spread by seeds or spores if the plant is shaken or if plant fragments are left floating in the water. Killing the vegetation using herbicides and algaecides before attempting to remove them will help prevent this…
    …like aquatic herbicides and algaecides during this stage to kill existing growth. These reactive treatments provide a temporary fix to weed and algae control. If left in the pond the decaying plant material turns into nutrient-rich pond muck that continues to fuel weed and algae growth. The pond…
    algae. It is important to invest in a separate sprayer just for pond treatments. Using lawn and garden chemicals in the same sprayer that you use on your pond can add toxic material into the pond that can potentially harm your fish and other aquatic life. Granular Spreader For granular herbicides
    …exposure protects fish and promotes a healthy ecosystem in your pond or lake. Excessive sunlight promotes overgrowth of submerged aquatic plants and algae. Pond dye actively blocks specific portions of the sunlight spectrum slowing growth and keeping your water clear and clean. Note that pond dyes…
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