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  • Applied Biochemists Cutrine Plus Granular Algae Control

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    (41 Reviews)

    best results apply this granular algae treatment early in the morning before heavy mats form on a sunny calm day. Contact time should be a minimum of 3 hours. Unless steps are taken to reduce the overall nutrients in your pond multiple Cutrine Plus applications may be needed for seasonal control.
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    $49.99 - 99.99
  • …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…
    …balanced combination of physical control aeration biological control and even chemical control. This will ensure the best results and help you go back to enjoying your pond or outdoor space in peace.Next Steps That concludes our best practices for pond mosquito control but don't hesitate to reach…
    …Weed and Algae Growth Weeds and algae are unfortunately not fully preventable. Getting rid of areas of major vegetation will help you keep better control over the beauty of your pond. After removal there are proactive steps you can take to slow down the impending weed and algae growth. Decrease…
    …being successful. Read on for tips. Successful Weed Control The more mature your pond the more you have to deal with weeds. They are not only just annoying but they can choke the life out of your ecosystem if action is not taken. In order to best treat problematic weeds you need to positively…
    …Treatment There are two types of treatment used by pond owners to control algae and pond weeds: Chemical and Mechanical. Chemical Control Algaecides and herbicides are commonly used and sometimes the best option to regain control. Some pond weeds like duckweed and watermeal are almost impossible to…
    …A short-term solution to control unsightly aquatic growth * Perform treatments only when 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…
    …contact. An 8-ounce container treats up to 4000 gallons for three months; a 16-ounce bottle treats up to 8000 gallons for three months. Your best defense against algae has always been a good offense. Keeping your pond clean and balanced with adequate filtration bacteria treatments minimal fish loads…
    …prefer to create a more natural fish habitat in your pond the best options are to use a combination of rocks plants trees and logs. Rocks Boulders or cinder blocks are another good way to introduce a place for fish to hide and for algae to grow. Piles of boulders or concrete blocks can act as fish…
    …selecting plants for your pond. * Keep it Covered: Covering your pond's surface area with 40-60% plants will help to reduce excess nutrients control algae blooms and provide cover for your fish. For ponds up to 50 square feet we recommend 6-12 floating plants 2 bog plants 5 submerged plants and 1…
    …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…
    …thermostatically controlled to turn on when the water temperatures are around 35 degrees to help cut down on energy costs however cold water takes a long time to warm up leaving your de-icer running more often than it needs to. Plugging your de-icer into the Thermo Cube Thermostatically Controlled
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