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  • Jenlis Weed Raker Pond & Lake Rake

    4.5

    (49 Reviews)

    …debris. Get to the root of your lake or pond weed problem with the lowest widest aquatic weed rake in the industry. The Weed Raker can be of great assistance when you also have dead decaying matter at the bottom of your pond as this matter can feed the growth of more aquatic vegetation and nutrient…
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    $149.99
  • Jenlis Muck Razer Teeth

    …580137) comes with 13 teeth that are angled out and the other row (part no. 580138) comes with 12 teeth angled inward. When replacing the teeth alternate the angles as you go to create a rigid roll. Doing so will make it easier to dig out the roots as you roll the drum along the bottom of your pond.
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    $24.99
  • …Out the Debris: First use a pond rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae decomposing plants and muck.* Add Beneficial Bacteria: Next add some beneficial bacteria like those found in MuckAway. The bacteria will help digest whatever muck remains at the bottom of the pond. Remember that it will…
  • Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake

    4.9

    (29 Reviews)

    …Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake to remove the remaining roots that lie beneath the surface of your lake or pond bottom. Allow the rake head to sink to the bottom. Use a back and forth motion with the rake handle and stir up the bottom. The long teeth will dig into the bottom and dislodge the root…
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    $129.99
  • …Although not the easiest or most fun job you can remove some of the pond sludge with a Razer Rake and a bucket or wheelbarrow. You can increase the effectiveness of MuckAway and MuckAway TL by raking out any large debris from the pond before you begin treatments. This allows those aerobic beneficial…
    …pull it back. Pond Rakes After cutting the weeds a rake will make removing the weeds a cinch. A pond rake pulls gathers and removes dead debris from the surface or the bottom of a pond. The Razer Rake is 36 inches wide and can be used as a floating rake or a subsurface rake. Simply attach the float…
    …water in clusters turn the water green and is often treated by a liquid algaecide. Chara is algae that looks like a submerged weed but is easy to rake out and has a musky odor with a crunchy texture when handled. * Submerged: Submerged plants require water to stand and have a strong root system that…
    …lake. After treating your pond with Algae Defense don't forget to remove the dead algae and debris with a pond rake. This keeps dead algae from becoming additional muck at the bottom of your pond. Finally to keep your pond water clear and remove accumulated pond muck treat your pond with beneficial…
  • Jenlis Weed Raker Hardware Kit with Brackets

    …and Brackets for the Jenlis Weed Raker Lake Rake. Kit includes 5 screws 5 nuts and 2 support brackets. One support bracket is placed on top and one is placed on the bottom of the Jenlis Weed Raker handle with the screw bolts and nuts to secure the rake head in place. (Jenlis part number: WRKSB09).
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    $5.99
  • …After you have treated and killed the problem plants then you should pull the dead debris from the pond using a weed cutter and rake. The Weed Cutter and Razer Rake are perfect tools for the job. Removing dead vegetation will prevent all that decaying matter from becoming fertilizer for future…
    …winter the water on the surface of your lake or pond loses its heat and becomes heavier. This cold heavy water sinks to the bottom while the warmer water from the bottom rises to the top and cools. The cycling process continues until the overall water temperature reaches 39º Fahrenheit (or…
    …planktonic algae can shade the pond's bottom preventing subsurface nuisance plants from growing but it can also be a great danger to fish possibly causing a fish kill if the oxygen depletion is great enough. * Filamentous Algae: Long threads that grow from the bottom up and intertwine to form mats.…
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