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How To Remove Dead Algae

    …and easy to read color charts so you will be confidant in your answers. Fish Keep an eye on how much you feed your fish. Overfeeding can cause extra stress on fish. Food that does not get eaten and the excess fish waste will lead to increased muck buildup, which is what algae loves to eat, and…
    …like algae or fallen leaves, can sink to the bottom and start to decay, adding to the muck and detritus that is already there. All that debris degrades water quality, compromises fish health, provides a nutrient source for nuisance weeds and algae, and can even affect how some products work. Dead
    …a pond. Use plant bags or baskets to specify boundaries. As the seasons change, plants will die, decompose and add to the muck layer at the bottom of the pond. You will want to make sure to keep up with pruning or manually removing dead plant material to keep up the fish habitat in your pond.Trees…
    …and geese, add their waste to the muck as well. Even without fish or other animals, dead algae and weeds, twigs, grass clippings, and leaves naturally contribute to the accumulation of muck. It is always a good idea to prevent organics from entering the pond and to remove as much as possible. Over…
    …before removing. Once the plant has died, remove as much of the dead debris with a pond tool before it turns into muck. Mechanical Control Pond skimmers and rakes with floats are best to rake or skim off floating weeds and algae from the surface of the water. A Weed Cutter and Weed Raker can remove