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  • Savio Stainless Steel UVinex Clarifier Full Unit

    * Protect Your Pond Against Green Water * For Savio Skimmers * Simple Plug-In Installation Keep algae and other unsightly pond mess away with Savio UVinex UV systems. Ultra violet light destroys algae organisms and damages them to the point where they cannot reproduce in your pond reducing the need…
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    $256.00 - 360.00
  • …Algaecides. Floating mats of filamentous algae and suspended planktonic algae are best treated with liquid mixtures such as Algae Defense and Propeller that are sprayed directly over the area with a pond sprayer. To treat extra thick mats stick the nozzle into the mat itself to get the chemical…
  • Applied Biochemists Cutrine Plus Granular Algae Control

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    (39 Reviews)

    …Growing Algae & Chara * No Water Use Restrictions Cutrine Plus Granular Algaecide has the same active ingredient as the liquid version is fast-acting plus works great on bottom forming algae like Chara. For best results apply this granular algae treatment early in the morning before heavy mats
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    $49.99 - 99.99
  • …that nosh on the larvae when they emerge. To protect themselves the bloodworms actually create and live in tiny half-inch tubes they build from mud algae and other naturally occurring resources. Look closely in your filter and you'll probably see some of these worm-sized mud huts. A Tasty Fish Treat…
    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…
    algae. Green water and string algae are a common problem for many pond hobbyists. But what causes algae in ponds? Algae is a result of an imbalance in your pond's ecosystem. When too many nutrients caused by decomposing plant material fish waste or other debris build-ups in your water garden algae
    …and intertwine to form mats that resemble wet wool. When these mats rise to the surface they are commonly referred to as pond scum. These mats make great homes for micro- and macro- invertebrates like bugs and worms but they are also unsightly. An Ounce of Prevention Algae growth in a water garden…
    …an existing algae problem and need to know how to kill algae in a pond quickly chemical treatments are the way to go. Selecting the best algaecide for your pond will depend on the types of pond algae you are looking to treat. For fine planktonic algae that causes green water Algae D-Solv or other…
    …filtration but if your filter is undersized you will likely continually battle algae. Filtration Options There are two types of filtration: mechanical and biological. Mechanical filters remove debris such as algae mats and leaves. Biological filters provide a place for beneficial bacteria to…
  • Complete Aquatics IonMate Electronic Clarifier

    * For Water Features Up To 25000 Gallons * Controls String Algae Without Chemicals * EPA Registered The Complete Aquatics IonMate Electronic Pond Clarifier is a water clarifying system for ponds pondless waterfalls water gardens and other decorative water features up to 25000 gallons. The IonMate…
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    $107.99 - 341.99
  • …waste will lead to increased muck buildup which is what algae loves to eat and cloudy water. The overabundance if debris can also have an effect on the ammonia and pH levels of the water. What to do if you get algae? If you do end up with an algae bloom in the summer make sure to use a product that…
    …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 change you can discourage the growth of algae. * Fights Foam: Foam forms when excess…
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