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Floating Pondweed

    Duckweed is a very small floating plant about the size of a pencil eraser. It has shoe-sole shaped leaves with a small hair-like root hanging below. Since duckweed floats on the surface of the pond it is commonly mistaken for and treated as if it is algae. Unfortunately algaecides have no effect on…
  • Airmax Ultra PondWeed Defense Aquatic Herbicide

    4.3

    (70 Reviews)

    * Broad Spectrum Pondweed Control * Fast Acting Liquid Formula * Short Term Control of Duckweed Airmax Ultra Pondweed Defense works on pond weeds including submerged floating and emergent weeds. This pond herbicide may be used for short term control of Duckweed in slow moving water. Use pond weed…
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    $39.99 - 119.99
  • Power House Float Cage

    5.0

    (4 Reviews)

    …coated hot-rolled metal screen kit keeps algae pondweeds and wildlife out so you can keep your pond oxygenated. Small Compact Float Cage fits 10-inch shrouds and will fit the following Power House Units: - Power House Surface Aerator Model F250. Large Float Cage fits 12-inch shrouds and will fit the…
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    $125.00 - 130.00
  • Kasco 1 HP 4400AF Surface Aerator 115V or 230V

    …the air producing smaller water droplets to increase the total surface area for oxygen transfer. Reduce regular maintenance and increase water flow to the motor by purchasing the optional stainless steel coated bottom screen that connects to the float and reduces pondweed from clogging the motor.
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    $1236.00 - 2701.00
  • …plant fragments are left floating in the water. Killing the vegetation using herbicides and algaecides before attempting to remove them will help prevent this and get you on your way to a clean pond. Contact Chemicals Some chemicals like Algae Defense and Ultra PondWeed Defense need to make contact…
    …the plant may grow to the surface and spread. * Floating: Generally found in shallower water floating plants can spread and completely cover the surface cutting off light and oxygen to the fish below. They can be divided in two groups: free floating and rooted. A free-floating plant have roots…
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