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    …plants. Allow 1-2 weeks for complete control. When the plants are dead (they will turn brown) remove them with the Pond Rake & Cutter. Dead vegetation makes a great nesting area so be sure to remove it! * Disrupt Their Environment: Muskrats prefer ponds with four to six feet of still or slow-moving…
    …potential diseases while the fry are developing. Perform regular water changes and use The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus when adding new water to remove chlorine and toxic heavy metals from your tap or well water. It's also helpful to add pond salt to the water to keep fish stress down and help…
    …you should avoid contact at all costs. A snap from a snapping turtle can be painful! Remove & Relocate If a snapping turtle is causing problems in your pond your best bet is to safely and humanely remove it. Grabbing its shell with your hands is a bad idea; it can easily stretch its neck back…
    …than the instructions state as this will likely result in poor results and more product used in the long run. Removing Dead Cattails Wait until treated cattails are brown and wilted to remove them. Cutting them down too early will prevent the chemical treatment from fully reaching and killing the…
    …a nice snack it may be time to ask them to leave. * Disrupt The Habitat: Sometimes ridding your pond of muskrats is a simple as disrupting or removing their habitat. There are many tools available to aid in your quest for a weed-free pond that range from aquatic algaecides and herbicides to rakes…
    …spaces so your fish can outsmart those pesky birds. * Improved Water Quality: Aquatic plants are like nature's water filter. Not only are they removing excess nutrients from the pond but they also release oxygen during photosynthesis. If your water garden has issues with algae growth or cloudy water…
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