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Water Rake

    …weeds a rake will make removing the weeds a cinch. A pond rake pulls gathers and removes dead debris from the surface or the bottom of a pond. The Razer Rake is 36 inches wide and can be used as a floating rake or a subsurface rake. Simply attach the float for clearing the surface of the water or…
    …on a smaller pond. The area can be expanded as needed. * Step 2: Remove debris Use a weed cutter and rake to remove dead or floating debris such as cattails and phragmites. If those are on the water's surface or along the lake's edges as the ice forms you could wind up with bumpy or weak ice. * Step…
    …infuse the entire water column with oxygen. This influx in oxygen helps beneficial bacteria flourish and feed on all that accumulated organic debris. Manual Pond and Lake Muck Removal Although not the easiest or most fun job you can remove some of the pond sludge with a Razer Rake and a bucket or…
  • Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake

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    …professional-grade landscaping rake excellent for dressing beach sand! Collapsible for convenient storage. --> Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake is designed to remove: • Weed roots to prevent re-growth of submerged weeds and roots • Debris floating on the surface of the water • Shorter…
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    $119.99
  • …MuckAway only when water temperatures are above 50°F. Pond Dye will shade the water and prevent UV rays from accelerating weed and algae growth. No matter what color of Pond Dye you choose the amount of protection will be equal. Pond Dye comes in liquid form or in water soluble packets. Dye…
    …and rakes with floats are best to rake or skim off floating weeds and algae from the surface of the water. A Weed Cutter and Weed Raker can remove emergent weeds like phragmites or the roots can be dug up but it will regrow from seeds and remaining rhizomes. Submerged weeds can also be raked however…
    …floats on top of the water in clusters turn the water green and is often treated by a liquid algaecide. Chara is algae that looks like a submerged weed but is easy to rake out and has a musky odor with a crunchy texture when handled. * Submerged: Submerged plants require water to stand and have a…
    …dead (they will turn brown) remove them with the Pond Rake & Cutter. Dead vegetation makes a great nesting area so be sure to remove it! * Disrupt Their Environment: Muskrats prefer ponds with four to six feet of still or slow-moving water. Although adding depth to pond may not be a simple option…
    …lay eggs in stagnant water cut down and remove dead debris around the edge of the pond with weed cutters and rakes. Also drain containers with standing water (buckets gutters and ditches) and regularly change the water in animal troughs pet dishes and birdbaths.* Keep the Water Moving: In your pond…
    …are gone. As a bonus option if temperatures fall below freezing where you live try manipulating the water level in your pond during the winter. Once ice has formed on your pond decrease the water level by at least four feet. This will freeze leeches living in the shallow muck It's an effective…
    …in your pond to decompose. This decomposition turns into nutrient-rich pond muck that fuels new weed growth. Tools like the Weed Cutter and Razer Rake exist to make the process as quick and simple as possible. Set Boundaries Cattails are not all bad. They add some privacy and a small managed area…
    …decoy may actually attract birds looking for a mate. * Startle them with water. For ponds smaller than 1200 sq. ft. a motion-activated sprayer can detect movement up to 40 feet away and spritzes the predator with water. They are designed to startle them and scare them away. * Provide hiding places…
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