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Algae On Rocks

    …turn green or seeing buildup on your waterfall rocks. For those seeking to learn how to get rid of algae in their pond there are a variety of products both chemical and chemical-free that can help. In this guide we'll dive into more detail about the best pond algae removers to help keep your pond…
  • CrystalClear AlgaeOff String Algae Remover

    4.3

    (132 Reviews)

    …string algae on rocks streams and waterfalls. AlgaeOff is an EPA registered granular algae remover that works in seconds at any water temperature! In addition to string algae control AlgaeOff adds oxygen to your pond and removes odors. Application of AlgaeOff is easy. Identify where the string algae
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    $18.99 - 99.99
  • …for water that contains fish invertebrates or crustaceans so use with caution. * Rock a Clean Feature - As with ponds rocks and other surfaces in your pondless waterfall will likely become a home for string algae and other debris buildups. Using AlgaeOff or Oxy-Lift Defense is an effective way…
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails

    4.5

    (157 Reviews)

    …waste. Black Japanese Trapdoor algae eating snails are live-bearing; they only breed a couple of times a year and will not take over your pond like other nuisance egg-bearing snails can and will. In order for your algae eating snails to have a positive effect on algae growth a minimum of 20 snails…
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    $2.79
  • …electricity costs and keeps a hole open in your pond. Aquatic Plants – Natural algae control. Aquatic plants are a key part of a balanced pond. They feed on processed fish waste and help reduce algae blooms. Fish waste (before it goes through filtration) can be toxic to aquatic life. However…
    …nutrients and debris and convert them into a harmless gas. When there are little to no nutrients to feed the algae in a fish pond it will eventually die off. Beneficial bacteria cultivate on surfaces such as your filter pads. Cleaning your filter pads too much – meaning daily or weekly –…
    …planktonic algae can deplete the dissolved oxygen into the pond leading to a fish kill. * Filamentous (string) algae is comprised of single cell plants that form long visible chains threads or filaments. These threads start growing along the bottom of the pond in shallower water on rocks or other…
  • The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool

    4.8

    (64 Reviews)

    …challenge this pond tool can't handle! Catch fish remove leaves debris and string algae and clean your waterfall and pond edge rocks with this 3-in-1 net brush combo. The nets and brush are all interchangeable on the heavy duty aluminum handle that telescopes out to 5 feet. Order your pond cleaning…
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    $39.99
  • …years old depending on where it's growing up has finally transformed into a froglet that can make the leap from water to dry land. Survive and Thrive When they're young bullfrog tadpoles are herbivores that love to nibble on the string algae that forms along your rocks and under plants. Though…
    …During the day crayfish hunker down underneath rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and alligators. But at night they slowly cruise 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…
  • TetraPond GreenFree Ultraviolet Clarifiers

    4.8

    (12 Reviews)

    algae that causes green water. A rugged green plastic body on the TetraPond GreenFree Ultraviolet Clarifier houses a quartz sleeve and UV bulb. The view window built into the body of the TetraPond GreenFree allow you to see if the UV bulb is functioning without opening the unit. A safety switch on
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    $119.99 - 279.99
  • …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 Benefit of Bacteria MuckOff Muck Defense and other beneficial bacteria additives digest muck…
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