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Algae Skimmer

  • The Pond Guy PondSkim

    3.7

    (20 Reviews)

    …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 width to cover optimal surface area…
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    $149.99
  • The Pond Guy Collapsible Skimmer & Fish Net

    4.7

    (61 Reviews)

    …Collapsible Skimmer & Fish Nets are perfect for maintenance around the pond. The extendable aluminum handle on these pond maintenance supplies combined with the triangle-shaped net allows flexibility when trying to reach tough corners. Collapsible head for easy storage. Fine mesh skimmer pond net…
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    $24.99 - 39.99
  • The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool

    4.8

    (69 Reviews)

    …Debris * Catch Fish * Scrub Algae From Rocks The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Cleaning Tool is a must have for water garden and pond maintenance! There's hardly a maintenance challenge this pond tool can't handle! Catch fish remove leaves debris and string algae and clean your waterfall and…
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    $39.99
  • …and skimmer nets are interchangeable with an easy zipper. The 194 mesh fish net is 12 deep for grabbing fish or large amounts of leaves while the skimmer net has ultra-fine mesh for collecting smaller debris. The PondSkim Debris Skimmer is a great tool to collect floating debris like algae duckweed…
    …clear and reduce string algae buildup. To release the ions from the anode ionizers require pumps to have a minimum flow rate. Ionizers can easily be incorporated into new or existing ponds by installing them in-line with plumbing or placing a drop-in model into your pond skimmer. * Barley: Barley is…
    …died remove as much of the dead debris with a pond tool before it turns into muck. Mechanical Control Pond skimmers and rakes with floats are best to rake or skim off floating weeds and algae from the surface of the water. A Weed Cutter and Weed Raker can remove emergent weeds like phragmites or the…
    …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…
    …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…
    …is the way to go. The last tool in the set is the 5 long algae brush. It will make cleaning waterfalls and rocks around the pond a breeze. All the tools attach to a sturdy aluminum handle that can reach out as far as 5 feet. Collapsible Skimmer & Fish Nets If you always end up with debris in the…
    …Recently Treat Your Pond? You must be careful when treating your pond especially pea green water or planktonic algae during hot summer months. Most algaecides work very quickly. When the algae die they begin to decompose immediately robbing oxygen from your fish. If you suspect this is the case a…
    …and biological. Mechanical filtration removes algae leaves and other larger debris. Biological filtration provides a home for your beneficial bacteria. Beneficial bacteria are responsible for getting rid of the excess nutrients that cause algae blooms. Choosing Your Media There are lots of options…
    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
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