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Small Pond Algae Control

    …weed and algae control. If left in the pond the decaying plant material turns into nutrient-rich pond muck that continues to fuel weed and algae growth. The pond then enters a continuous cycle of reactive treatments leaving you the pond owner to use chemicals to control growth. A pond at this point…
    …beneficial bacteria and tasty string algae to flourish. Use large boulders in your pond fish habitat (more than 2 feet in diameter) and place them away from the shoreline. Boulders can be useful if you have small streams or rivers leading to your lake or pond too as they can break fast-moving…
    …mosquito fish which are small fish that gobble the wigglers and tumblers. The American Mosquito Control Organization recommends adding predacious minnows or native fish to lakes and ponds for biological control of the insects. Remember that an effective mosquito control strategy includes preventing…
    pond weed control in slow-moving water and kill what is actively growing in your pond. If duckweed has not completely taken over your water surface you may notice algae growth mixed in with the weeds – in which case you will need to treat the algae first. Pro tip: Propeller will control both…
  • Aquascape Pond Powerhead Pump

    …in your pond resulting in clean and clear water. This small pond pump uses a powerful jet of water to provide circulation aeration and surface agitation in water garden ponds. Ideal for problem areas in your pond that have little circulation heavy debris build-up and frequent algae blooms. The Pond
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    $143.98
  • …jaws.Closing Thoughts Now you know the basics on pond leeches where they come from and how to get rid of leeches in your pond. To learn more about weed and debris maintenance check out our resource on Pond Muck Control. For any other questions about pond leeches or our recommendations above our…
    …benefits of pond dye beyond changing the color of your water. While it is great for aesthetic purposes pond dye also limits sun exposure protects fish and promotes a healthy ecosystem in your pond or lake. Excessive sunlight promotes overgrowth of submerged aquatic plants and algae. Pond dye…
    …preferred meals are anything decaying including dead insects worms algae and fish but they'll also snap up small live fish that are swimming by if they're feeling too lazy to forage. They'll also get their greens by gobbling through algae and aquatic plants. These decapod crustaceans can grow up to…
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