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  • Summit Mosquito Bits & Dunks

    4.8

    (21 Reviews)

    …30 days and treats 100 square feet of surface water. Mosquito Bits kill mosquito larvae quickly in areas they are sprinkled. After using Mosquito Bits follow-up with Mosquito Dunks or continue to spread Bits bi-weekly. Mosquito Bits & Dunks are EPA registered in all 50 states to kill mosquito…
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    $11.99 - 129.99
  • …while keeping mosquitoes at bay. When Stagnant Water Forms Under some circumstances aeration isn't a viable alternative. In those cases our Mosquito Bits and Mosquito Dunks offer a safe EPA-approved means to kill mosquito larva for up to 30 days. So don't let the threat of mosquitoes stand between…
    …down on mosquito population.* How to Kill Mosquitoes in Water: If these natural methods aren't effective enough use Mosquito Dunks or Mosquito Bits work great as a temporary mosquito killer for ponds. These mosquito destroyers contain Bt-israelensis (Bt-i) a specially formulated biological pesticide…
    …the entire surface of the ice with a broom a flat head metal shovel and ice scraper. Sweep and shovel off the snow and scrape down and remove all bits of ice and snow as they will freeze during the flooding process and create imperfections on the surface. Dips and holes are OK because they'll fill…
    …getting one size larger than your tubing. This gives you enough wiggle room to secure it over your connection. * Threaded: These fittings are a bit different since they do not attach direct to tubing. Instead this type screws together with a female pipe thread (FPT) fitting sitting atop a male…
    …the scent back to spawn. * Hear and Feel: Fish also utilize internal sets of ears to hear. While the mechanics of how sound travels underwater is a bit different than how we hear sounds on land fish can sense particle movements and feel vibrations in the water that can reveal both potential food or…
    …a fish pond liner is a crucial first step to creating the pond of your dreams. But what size pond liner do you need? While sizing a liner may seem a bit intimidating at first it's actually easier than you'd think. In this guide we'll cover the type of pond liner material that works best walk through…
    …come on their own handle so you will not have to take the time to switch attachments between jobs. Heavy Duty Pond Net Combo For ponds that are a bit bigger The Pond Guy Heavy Duty Pond Net Combo has a reach of over 9'. The handle is strong enough to hold your debris even extended to the max. This…
    …New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit shy or skittish. They need to check out their new home get used to having new roommates and adjust to a new way of life. The fish already living in…
    …they too need a little refreshment from time to time. Koi utilize water to maintain proper body functions the same as us but they just do it a little bit differently. Koi don't per say drink like we do. Koi absorb water through their gills and body in a process called osmosis. Osmosis is defined by…
    …based on the type of animal you may want to keep at bay. Herons A common problem for pond owners is the great blue heron flying above looking for a bit of their favorite snacks: fish. There are many tools out there to to discourage heron from stopping at your pond: * Use a heron decoy. Herons are…
    …when flying above. * Create an Illusion: Herons will typically fly over looking for shallow water to wade in and look for fish. Adding a little bit of pond dye can create an illusion that the pond is deeper and will make it harder for fish to be seen from a long distance. * Provide Hiding Places:…
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