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Removing Algae From Ponds

  • GreenClean® Granular Algaecide

    4.0

    (9 reviews)

    * Control Algae Blooms At First Sight * Clear String Algae From Streams & 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…
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    $26.99 - 59.99
  • The Pond Guy® Muck Defense® Pond Muck Reducer

    4.6

    (199 reviews)

    …a pond sludge remover and releasing beneficial bacteria that instantly begin digesting debris. Muck Defense is great at removing hard to reach muck from the bottom of gravel & rock pond bottoms. All the decaying organic material adds to your nutrient load which in time can create algae blooms.…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • Power House Muck Mover & Ice Eater

    5.0

    (3 reviews)

    * Great for Muck & Debris Removal * Reduces Ice Formation Around Docks * Used in Freshwater and Saltwater Keep fishing docks and boats clear from ice in the winter and free from muck and debris in the summer with the Power House Water Circulating Muck Mover and Ice Eater. This water circulator…
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    $539.50 - 985.00
  • The Pond Guy® PondSkim™

    3.6

    (18 reviews)

    …Great for Clearing Swimming Areas * Use From The Shore Or A Boat * Reduce Timely Maintenance Remove floating debris quickly with The Pond Guy® PondSkim™ Debris Skimmer! Simply drag across the surface of the water to collect floating debris like algae duckweed leaves or dead vegetation. The…
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    $149.99
  • …your algae or weeds see our Weed Identification Guide. Ready for Removal After you have treated and killed the problem plants then you should pull the dead debris from the pond using a weed cutter and rake. The Weed Cutter and The Pond & Beach Rake are perfect tools for the job. Removing dead…
    …designed to release copper ions into the pond to keep it clear and reduce string algae build up. In order to release the ions from the anode ionizers require pumps to have a minimum flow rate. Ionizers can easily be incorporated into new or existing ponds by installing them in-line with your…
    …filtration. Solution: Mechanical filtration helps to remove the excess nutrients from the water column. As the water passes through the filter system debris is removed and collected in the filter box or skimmer. Filters are rated based on the pond size but for water gardens with high fish loads a…
    …species live in rivers brooks ponds and even special crayfish farms across the country. Most types prefer fresh flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and…
    …this type of algae in your water garden can beneficial as it is the start of the pond food chain. This type of tiny algae feeds fish and help to shade the pond's bottom – helping to prevent subsurface nuisance plants from growing. In uncontrolled amounts however planktonic algae can deplete…
  • The Pond Guy® 3-in-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool - Algae Brush

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    Replacement Algae Brush measures 3 Diameter x 5 Long and fits The Pond Guy® 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool. Simply remove your damaged or worn brush from the handle and replace it with a new one as needed.
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    $9.99
  • …in your pond or lake is above 60°F. Don't use Algae Defense® if you keep koi or trout in your lake. After treating your pond with ClearPAC Plus don't forget to remove dead algae and debris with your Pond & Beach Rake. Doing so will remove the decaying vegetation and prevent them from feeding…
    …invertebrates from your pond. The best way to do that is to remove their preferred habitat—all the muck and debris covering the bottom of your pond. How do you do that? Here's a four-step approach: * Pull Out the Debris: First use a lake rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae