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Seasonal Pond Defense

  • The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense

    4.9

    (90 Reviews)

    …The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense is formulated for the cooler months of the season and is safe for fish plants pets and pond wildlife. Seasonal Defense accelerates the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that create pond muck during the fall and winter months. In the spring Seasonal Defense
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • Airmax Ultra PondWeed Defense Aquatic Herbicide

    4.4

    (79 Reviews)

    Defense works on pond weeds including submerged floating and emergent weeds. This pond herbicide may be used for short term control of Duckweed in slow moving water. Use pond weed control solution with Treatment Booster Plus all season-long on actively growing plants for best results. Early season
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    $39.99 - 119.99
  • …the fall you will want to add some beneficial bacteria like The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense. When your water temperatures are between 50-40 degrees. It accelerates the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that builds up in your pond. If left untreated the sediment will continue to decay during…
    …first products in the pack you'll use are Oxy-Lift Defense and Seasonal Defense. They're perfect for cleaning out your pond and prepping it for spring. The other ingredients in DefensePAC -including Nature's Defense Clarity Defense and Muck Defense can be used on a routine basis throughout the…
    …leftover pond care products from last year. Since your pond maintenance begins once the ice thaws from your pond there is no better time to start planning for the upcoming season. Reflect on Past Seasons First before you buy new pond maintenance products recall your pond issues from last season.
    …in keeping a water garden clean and balanced. Beneficial bacteria like those found in The Pond Guy Nature's Defense Muck Defense and Seasonal Defense live their life noshing on the excess nutrients in your pond converting it into a harmless gas. They then divide via a cellular division called binary…
    Defense Even with a thorough cleaning some debris will remain in your pond. Cold weather bacteria such as Seasonal Defense Spring & Fall Prep should be used until water temperatures fall below 40F. Seasonal Defense will further break down any remaining debris through the cooler part of the season
    …add Seasonal Defense to the pond or toss it right on top of the media in your waterfall box. If it's more than 55F use some PL Gel on your filter media and let it set for 1-2 hours before putting it back in your filter unit. Good filtration starts with good media. When starting your pond in the…
  • Airmax ClearPAC Plus

    4.6

    (145 Reviews)

    …debris bottom pond muck all while beautifying your pond for the entire season. Guaranteed to work or your money back! Fighting Algae Problems? Add Algae Defense along with your ClearPAC Plus package. If Algae Defense cannot ship to your state please select a ClearPAC Plus without Algae Defense.
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    $329.99 - 1219.99
  • …bacteria. Give your pond a boost by adding your first dose of Seasonal Defense. This cold water beneficial bacteria helps replenish winter bacteria loss to further boost biological filters and break down waste. Follow up with routine maintenance to ensure a successful pond season. Congratulations…
    …to be used on a regular basis throughout the season. These products will eliminate excess nutrients in the water that algae would use for a food source cutting down the chance for algae to grow. The DefensePAC even has a product Seasonal Defense to use in the early spring and fall when the water…
    …spring when established ponds are waking up after a long winter a similar cycling process will take place. Some nitrosomonas and nitrobacter will survive in your filtration media and gravel and begin to colonize but it's a good idea to give them a boost. Seasonal Defense is formulated for use in…
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