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Black Dye

  • Airmax Pond Dye

    4.7

    (214 Reviews)

    …is the ideal blue pond dye for decorative ponds as it contrasts seamlessly with lush green landscaping. Twilight Blue maintains a neutral blackish-blue tint that is ideal for shading and protecting your pond without making drastic changes to natural pond appearance. Black DyeMond creates a mirrored…
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    $24.99 - 27.99
  • Airmax Pond Dye Packets

    4.6

    (219 Reviews)

    …Liquid Dye but in a convenient water-soluble packet! Just toss one pond dye packet into your pond to treat a 1/2 acre pond. Apply early in the season for best results. 2 pond dye packets will treat a 1-acre pond 4'-6'deep. 2 packets are equal to one quart of Nature's Blue or Black DyeMond Pond Dye.
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    $27.99 - 183.99
  • …matter of preference and we've outlined some common reasons below. Understanding Dye First let's discuss the dyes themselves. Pond dye typically comes in two colors: black and blue. Black pond dye like The Pond Guy Black Pearl Pond Shade gives shaded ponds a rich look and turns a brown or gray water…
    …pond dye will keep the water cooler and allow fish to breathe easier during the summer. Pond Dye Colors The most popular reason to add dye to your pond is to enhance the natural color and beauty of your landscape. Pond dye colors include bright blue dark blue blue-green blue-black and black. Because…
    …are above 50°F. Pond Dye will shade the water and prevent UV rays from accelerating weed and algae growth. No matter what color of Pond Dye you choose the amount of protection will be equal. Pond Dye comes in liquid form or in water soluble packets. Dye will need to be applied approximately…
    …and how to best use the products. * Pond Dye: As soon as the ice melts on your pond or lake add your Nature's Blue Pond Dye. The dye is not temperature-sensitive so it can be used even when water temps are too cold for beneficial bacteria products. Pond Dye does more than color your water and add to…
    …increases the reproduction of aerobic bacteria in the water. Pond Dyes Poor water quality can be the result of excessive sunlight. Pond Dye beautifies your pond and provides a natural shade while improving water quality. Pond Dye is one of the easiest ways a pond owner can manage algae and weed…
    …occurring bacteria not only makes them extremely effective at nutrient reduction but safe for the environment people and wildlife. * Add Pond Dye - Pond dye not only provides beauty to your pond it is designed to provide a natural shade to limit the excessive amounts of sunlight your pond receives.…
    …for the environment people and wildlife * Limits excessive sun exposure PROACTIVE pond care utilizes tools such as aeration natural bacteria and pond dye to reduce your pond's nutrient load and limit sun exposure. A fountain or aeration system that is properly sized and placed will provide dissolved…
    …males. Toads create strands of dark-colored eggs that look like black pearls attached to foliage and leaves near the water's edge. After 7 to 10 days frog or toad tadpoles hatch from their eggs. Bullfrog tadpoles appear dark green to black in color and they're big - much larger than other species of…
    The great blue heron is well known to many pond owners that stock their pond with fish. While they are easy to spot with their blue-gray plumage black stripe over their eyes and a thick dagger like beak they are not easy to keep away from your pond. Breeding Season These protected birds can be seen…
    …These fish have a solid black body that's topped with red and white (shiroji) markings. The red white and black should be evenly balanced with crisp clean edges between each color. Showa can easily be confused with Sanke so watch for black markings on the head and black that wraps around the body.…
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