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Rock Algae

  • CrystalClear MuckOff

    4.5

    (38 Reviews)

    algae fish waste leaves and twigs. Formulated to not only remove muck MuckOff also clears water removes odor and reduces ammonia and nutrient accumulations. Many ponds are constructed with rock and gravel that can trap muck and odor causing nutrients. MuckOff penetrates deep down in between rocks
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    $13.99 - 109.99
  • CrystalClear ClarityMax

    4.5

    (45 Reviews)

    …* Cleans Rocks & Breaks Down Organics * Maintains Long Term Clear Water * Beneficial Bacteria for Ponds CrystalClear ClarityMax is a multi-purpose pond stream and waterfall treatment. ClarityMax uses all natural proprietary treatment blended with bacteria and enzymes to remove algae stains and…
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    $26.99 - 419.99
  • CrystalClear AlgaeOff String Algae Remover

    4.3

    (139 Reviews)

    …string algae on rocks streams and waterfalls. AlgaeOff is an EPA registered granular algae remover that works in seconds at any water temperature! In addition to string algae control AlgaeOff adds oxygen to your pond and removes odors. Application of AlgaeOff is easy. Identify where the string algae
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    $18.99 - 99.99
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails 20 Pack

    4.5

    (171 Reviews)

    …keep algae under control in your pond and water garden as they groom plants planting-pots and water garden rocks and walls. Japanese Trapdoor Snails will tend to the bottom of the pond consuming any decaying matter such as leaves excess fish food and even fish waste. Black Japanese Trapdoor algae
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    $2.79
  • algae. Green water and string algae are a common problem for many pond hobbyists. But what causes algae in ponds? Algae is a result of an imbalance in your pond's ecosystem. When too many nutrients caused by decomposing plant material fish waste or other debris build-ups in your water garden algae
    …planktonic algae can deplete the dissolved oxygen into the pond leading to a fish kill. * Filamentous (string) algae is comprised of single cell plants that form long visible chains threads or filaments. These threads start growing along the bottom of the pond in shallower water on rocks or other…
    …green or seeing buildup on your waterfall rocks. For those seeking to learn how to get rid of algae in their pond there are a variety of products both chemical and chemical-free that can help. In this guide we'll dive into more detail about the best pond algae removers to help keep your pond clean…
    …surface area. * Hard Water: Lava rock naturally contains a variety of minerals including iron and magnesium that could affect your water's pH making it harder. Hard water can make it more difficult to treat algae blooms. * It's Heavy: They may be porous chunks of rock but hefting bags of it takes…
  • The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool

    4.8

    (68 Reviews)

    …Scrub Algae From Rocks The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Cleaning Tool is a must have for water garden and pond maintenance! There's hardly a maintenance challenge this pond tool can't handle! Catch fish remove leaves debris and string algae and clean your waterfall and pond edge rocks with…
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    $39.99
  • The Pond Guy Muck Defense Pond Muck Reducer

    4.6

    (295 Reviews)

    …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. Muck Defense reduces the waste and eliminates pond odors to keep your pond clear and…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • …or gather some debris that has sunk to the bottom the fish net is the way to go. The last tool in the set is the 5 long algae brush. It will make cleaning waterfalls and rocks around the pond a breeze. All the tools attach to a sturdy aluminum handle that can reach out as far as 5 feet. Collapsible…
    …young bullfrog tadpoles are herbivores that love to nibble on the string algae that forms along your rocks and under plants. Though they have been observed eating frog eggs (gasp!) and other newly hatched tadpoles the algae should keep them more than satisfied - at least until they become adults.…
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