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Algae In Swimming Pond

    …to pond owners especially in the summer. Sunshine warm temperatures reduced oxygen levels and an abundance of nutrients nurture the tiny organisms and in no time they may take over your pond. Algae Explained Algae does not have a defined root system and often floats on the pond's surface in mats…
    …the river bottom in search of food. Their preferred meals are anything decaying including dead insects worms algae and fish but they'll also snap up small live fish that are swimming by if they're feeling too lazy to forage. They'll also get their greens by gobbling through algae and aquatic plants.…
  • The Pond Guy PondSkim

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    Swimming Areas * Use From The Shore Or A Boat * Reduce Timely Maintenance Remove floating debris quickly with The Pond Guy PondSkim Debris Skimmer! Simply drag across the surface of the water to collect floating debris like algae duckweed leaves or dead vegetation. The PondSkim measures 5 feet in
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  • …live in the muck and detritus in shallow areas of your pond or lake it's crucial to keep up with weed maintenance so you're not creating a hospitable habitat for them. We recommend the following methods:* Pull Out the Debris: First use a pond rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae decomposing…
    …your pond acclimating fish is simple. Place the transportation bag in a shaded area of the pond and let float for 15-20 minutes. This allows fish to slowly adjust to water temperatures in your pond. Next open the bag and let the fish swim out on their own. If you are adding fish to a pond where…
    …benefits of pond dye beyond changing the color of your water. While it is great for aesthetic purposes pond dye also limits sun exposure protects fish and promotes a balanced ecosystem in your pond or lake. Excessive sunlight promotes overgrowth of submerged aquatic plants and algae. Pond dye…
    …temperature in your pond or lake is above 60F. Don't use Algae Defense if you keep koi or trout in your lake. After treating your pond with Algae Defense don't forget to remove the dead algae and debris with a pond rake. This keeps dead algae from becoming additional muck at the bottom of your pond.
    …consuming fish after treating bodies of water. They caution against swimming in or drinking from treated ponds within a certain amount of time after application. They even warn of soil contamination issues that landowners or pond professionals should be aware of. Chemicals that are not approved for…
    …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 back on track. The…
    pond owner will have to deal with algae or weed growth at some point in time but treatment options will vary depending on the type of plant size of treatment area what the pond is used for and location. Assess the Situation Before getting started identify what lives in your pond. Is it an algae
    pond or lake but they differ in the types of debris they target. Suspended Debris PondClear is designed to clean the water from the top down. It contains beneficial bacteria that devours excess nutrients that are suspended in the water which feed algae. The floating material may also cause your pond
    …help keep your pond clean and clear for up to six months. The products in the DefensePAC are designed to be used on a regular basis throughout the season. These products will eliminate excess nutrients in the water that algae would use for a food source cutting down the chance for algae to grow. The…
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