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Lake Bacteria

  • Airmax MuckAway

    4.6

    (276 Reviews)

    …Spot Treat Your Shoreline * Digest Accumulated Organic Debris * Improves Water & Habitat for Fish & Wildlife Have you ever waded into your pond or lake and your feet instantly sink into the slimy ooze? It can be a little alarming. Thankfully Airmax MuckAway makes sure you never have to feel that way…
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    $89.99 - 349.99
  • …With all those different types of bacteria it's safe to say that not all bacteria work the same way. PondClear and MuckAway for example both contain human- and animal-safe bacteria that will reduce nutrients and improve the overall health of your farm pond or lake but they differ in the types of…
    …beneficial bacteria improving overall water quality and habitat for fish and wildlife. * Attack the Muck - While beneficial bacteria exist naturally in just about every aquatic environment in many cases they cannot keep up with the demand of most ponds and lakes. To compensate for this bacteria
  • Airmax EcoBoost

    4.8

    (47 Reviews)

    …run-off from lawn fertilizers storm drains or has a muck problem. EcoBoost is not affected by water temperature and continues to work from winter to summer. So even in the colder months when bacteria are less active the trace minerals found in EcoBoost keep bacteria colonies rejuvenated and active.
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    $99.99 - 224.99
  • Airmax PondClear Beneficial Bacteria

    4.6

    (187 Reviews)

    * Billions of Beneficial Bacteria Improves Water Quality * Removes Excess Nutrients & Noxious Odors * Attacks Suspended Debris Airmax PondClear is an all-natural beneficial bacteria blend designed to remove excess nutrients and eliminate noxious odors. PondClear naturally improves water clarity…
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    $39.99 - 469.99
  • …that promotes the presence of beneficial bacteria. Where the Bacteria Exist There are two different types of bacteria to focus on; aerobic and anaerobic. Your anaerobic bacteria are those that exist in areas of your pond that lack oxygen. These bacteria work slowly to digest organic debris and…
    …but the good news is that muck and sludge accumulation is reversible. Pond and lake muck removal is possible with a one-two punch of beneficial bacteria and aeration. Beneficial Bacteria Billions of beneficial bacteria already live in your pond and work hard to break down pond sludge but if you have…
    …already have a fish population living in your lake consider adding some mosquito fish which are small fish that gobble the wigglers and tumblers. The American Mosquito Control Organization recommends adding predacious minnows or native fish to lakes and ponds for biological control of the insects.…
    …the products. * Pond Dye: As soon as the ice melts on your pond or lake add your Nature's Blue Pond Dye. The dye is not temperature-sensitive so it can be used even when water temps are too cold for beneficial bacteria products. Pond Dye does more than color your water and add to your landscape's…
  • Airmax MuckAway TL

    4.5

    (15 Reviews)

    …Pond & Lake Applications* 36 Pounds of Highly Concentrated Natural Bacteria Tablets* Removes Up To 2 of Muck Per Month Airmax MuckAway TL eliminates mucky pond bottoms. The highly concentrated special blend of bacteria and enzymes tablets is specifically designed to treat the entire pond or lake
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    $699.99
  • …for beneficial bacteria improving overall water quality and habitat for fish and wildlife. While beneficial bacteria exist naturally in just about every aquatic environment in many cases they cannot keep up with the demand of most ponds and lakes. To compensate for this bacteria treatments are…
    …temperature will stay consistent throughout the pond. Beneficial Bacteria Another significant piece of the Airmax EcoSystem is adding aerobic beneficial bacteria products like PondClear and MuckAway throughout the season. Aerobic bacteria utilize the oxygen in the water to grow and multiply to turn…
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