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  • Summit® Mosquito Bits® & Dunks®

    4.6

    (11 reviews)

    …control product. The only mosquito control product with BTI a bacteria toxic only to mosquito larvae that lasts 30 days and treats 100 square feet of surface water. Mosquito Bits kill mosquito larvae quickly in areas they are sprinkled. After using Mosquito Bits follow-up with Mosquito Dunks or…
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    $11.99 - 129.99
  • Pond King® Honey Hole® Shrubs

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    …Fish * Designed for Shallow Water The Honey Hole Shrub Fish Attractor boosts baitfish production and survival of juvenile fish. Plankton and insect larvae quickly cling to the limbs to provide an abundant food source. Made out of a poly dome with 84 polyethylene limbs at 26 each the Honey Hole Shrub…
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    $169.00 - 1569.00
  • …make it an unwelcome spot for mosquitoes looking to settle down and start a family.Keep Water Moving Mosquitoes it seems like prefer to lay their larva in stagnant water. As it turns out ponds are much healthier and more attractive when they're well aerated. The benefits of aeration are twofold.…
    They're weird looking they're tiny and they're blood-red - or at least a creamy pink color. What are they? They're non-biting midge fly larvae also known as bloodworms. Though they're an unsettling infestation to see in your filter they're actually a sign that your pond is happy and healthy.What's…
    …as tiny eggs on the surface of fresh or stagnant water. Twenty-four to 48 hours after they're laid they hatch into mosquito larvae a.k.a. wigglers. The little half-inch larvae live on the water surface for four to 14 days and they eat algae plankton fungi and bacteria and other microorganisms that…
    …gravitate toward weedy areas and prefer stream or river environments rather than lakes. They'll gobble just about anything - including fish insects larvae and vegetation. Predators include trout and northern pike.White Suckerfish White suckerfish (Catostomus commersonii) are found in small streams…
    …Fish can be seen flashing or rubbing against objects and can have a sunken appearance. * Anchor Worm: These white string-like worms and their larvae can be introduced to your pond when adding new fish or aquatic plants. Once the worms have attached to the body of the fish red sores or inflammation…