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  • GreenClean Granular Algaecide

    4.2

    (19 Reviews)

    * Control Algae Blooms At First Sight * Clear String Algae From Streams & Waterfalls * Remove Excess Organic Debris GreenClean Granular Algaecide is a non-copper based algaecide that works on contact to control algae in ornamental ponds watering gardens and other water features. Through its…
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    $26.99 - 59.99
  • …be used in a fountain water feature or birdbath but is not recommended for water that contains fish invertebrates or crustaceans so use with caution. * Rock a Clean Feature - As with ponds rocks and other surfaces in your pondless waterfall will likely become a home for string algae and other debris…
    algae. Green water and string algae are a common problem for many pond hobbyists. But what causes algae in ponds? Algae is a result of an imbalance in your pond's ecosystem. When too many nutrients caused by decomposing plant material fish waste or other debris build-ups in your water garden algae
    …will be fewer nutrients available for different types of algae to use but they will also shade your pond – this is especially important if your pond is in direct sunlight. Just keep in mind that when the plants die back to remove them so they do not decompose and become muck. * Filtration…
    …water fountains or a combination of a fountain and aeration system may be needed for uniquely shaped ponds. Keep in mind you cannot over aerate a pond but you can under aerate it – leading to more weed and algae growth in the areas that are not getting enough oxygen. Sizing your Fountain For…
    …will likely continually battle algae. Filtration Options There are two types of filtration: mechanical and biological. Mechanical filters remove debris such as algae mats and leaves. Biological filters provide a place for beneficial bacteria to colonize and remove nutrients. Whether you are…
    …electricity costs and keeps a hole open in your pond. Aquatic Plants – Natural algae control. Aquatic plants are a key part of a balanced pond. They feed on processed fish waste and help reduce algae blooms. Fish waste (before it goes through filtration) can be toxic to aquatic life. However…
    …This means preventing the females from laying eggs in the first place. Here's what we recommend:* Remove the Habitat: Because mosquitoes prefer to lay eggs in stagnant water cut down and remove dead debris around the edge of the pond with weed cutters and rakes. Also drain containers with standing…
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