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Organic Algaecide

  • GreenClean® Granular Algaecide

    3.7

    (11 reviews)

    …& 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 patented formula GreenClean algaecide immediately begins fighting algae…
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    $26.99 - 59.99
  • …the scientific name Viviparis malleatus. Snails are invertebrates called gastropods. They are scavenging herbivores that feed on algae and other organic debris. Japanese Trapdoor Snails get their name from the hinged fingernail-like plate that seals the shell's opening offering protection from…
  • CrystalClear® PondShock™

    4.7

    (102 reviews)

    …all-natural live bacteria and enzymes to rapidly break down ammonia nitrites and organic waste. Designed to give your pond an extra boost it needs during times of change such as spring start-up after using an algaecide after a storm after a fish spawn or when new fish have been added. PondShock also…
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    $19.99
  • …algae as-is before treating. Test the Water Prior to selecting an algaecide check the water temperature pH and carbonate hardness. Some algaecides like Algae Defense work best when water temperatures are above 60°F. Many algaecides are copper based and should not used with koi trout or goldfish…
    …root hanging below. Since duckweed floats on the surface of the pond it is commonly mistaken for and treated as if it is algae. Unfortunately algaecides have no effect on duckweed but there are a couple treatments you can do to keep the prolific duckweed at bay.Identify: Duckweed or Watermeal?…
  • Savio Stainless Steel UVinex™ Clarifier Full Unit

    …pond mess away with Savio UVinex™ UV systems. Ultra violet light destroys algae organisms and damages them to the point where they cannot reproduce in your pond reducing the need for more algaecide treatments and saving your hard earned money. When properly used these UVinex™ systems…
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    $256.00 - 360.00
  • …it's working properly.* No Chemicals Necessary: Unless your holding tank receives a lot of sunlight you won't need chemical treatments like algaecides or water clarifiers. They're not necessary particularly if you use beneficial bacteria stress reducer and an aeration system. * Boost Your Bacteria:…
  • Savio UV Replacement Bulbs

    3.0

    (2 reviews)

    …filtration and reduce your dependence on pond chemicals. Ultraviolet light destroys algae organisms and damages them to the point where they cannot reproduce in your pond reducing the need for more algaecide treatments and saving your hard-earned money. Savio bulbs make for easy installation with…
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    $35.99 - 175.99
  • …from becoming ill in the first place.Be Proactive The first line of defense is keeping pond water clean and clear of debris fish waste and other organic material. If you are considering adding fish to your pond think about how many fish your pond can handle and what type of filtration system will be…
    …debris caused by wildlife waste plant decay and other organic material. The water is generally clean and clear and there is minimal algae and weed growth. New ponds typically remain in Stage 1 for 3 – 5 years. Stage 2 – Over time organic debris begins to accumulate and the pond becomes…
    …matter has increased. This is typical in a pond that is 3-5 years or older and has previously been treated with only chemicals. While aquatic algaecides and herbicides may be necessary at times they will only kill what is presently growing. This option will only act as a short-term solution as the…