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Blue Green Algae

    Worried about toxic or harmful algae blooms? With all the talk in the news you may be on edge. Let's first assure you that algae blooms are a normal part of a healthy ecosystem and not all algae blooms contain harmful toxins. The algae blooms making headlines are from a type of cyanobacteria. Though…
    …types of algae you have to know what type you are trying to destroy. Know Your Algae Algae comes in two basic forms: planktonic and filamentous. * Planktonic algae is the floating microscopic vegetation that is the source of the pea soup type of blooms that color your pond shades of green blue-green…
    …* Algae Defense®: To be used only as needed this algae-destroyer treats troublesome floating filamentous algae bottom growing chara and the planktonic algae when it's green and growing. Use Algae Defense® when the water temperature in your pond or lake is above 60°F. Don't use Algae
    …your pond. Algae Explained Algae does not have a defined root system and often floats on the pond's surface in mats although it may emerge at the pond's bottom before floating to the surface or even turn the water green. Before treating it is important to understand the varieties of algae and where…
    …of your pond.The Results Green Water If your jar contains green-tined water or if the water has green particles in it you most likely have algae. Planktonic algae – the source of algae blooms – are floating microscopic plants that color pond water green blue-green brown or variations…
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