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Winter Muck

    …reduces pond muck As a pond ages nutrients accumulate at the bottom of the pond and become muck. Not only is muck unpleasant to see or feel between your toes but it can also give ponds a bad odor and provide habitat for leeches. Aeration is important because it combats muck and other decomposing…
  • The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense


    (59 Reviews)

    …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 replenishes winter bacteria loss jump-starts your biological filters and breaks down unwanted waste. Use Seasonal Defense…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • CrystalClear Spring & Fall Prep


    (5 Reviews)

    …& Winter Replenish winter bacteria loss jump start your biological filters and break down unwanted waste as soon as the ice melts. CrystalClear Spring & Fall Prep is formulated for the cooler months of the season to accelerate the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that create pond muck
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    $19.99 - 31.99
  • Airmax EcoBoost


    (39 Reviews)

    …for ponds that receive large amounts of nutrient run-off from lawn fertilizers storm drains or has a muck problem. EcoBoost is not affected by water temperature and continues to work from winter to summer. So even in the colder months when bacteria are less active the trace minerals found in…
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    $99.99 - 224.99
  • Power House Ice Eater & Muck Mover


    (6 Reviews)

    …Ice Formation Around Docks * Great for Moving Muck & Debris * 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 is a…
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    $539.50 - 985.00
  • …environment for your web-footed pals. Here are three things you can do to help them hibernate comfortably this winter. * Mind the Liquid Gas: For aquatic frogs to survive a freezing winter ponds should be 18 to 24 inches deep and have an open hole in the ice for gas exchange. The depth ensures the…
    A long cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen…
    …aquatic nuisances. Muck can also be a breeding ground for leeches as they love to grow and burrow in the muck. Why is Muck Stinky? Muck tends to have a rotten egg smell to it. Those odors are common in ponds that are not aerated particularly during certain times of the year. In the summer and winter
  • Kasco Circulator w/Industrial Dock Mount 1 HP 4400HCID - 230V

    …situations. Water circulators can keep your waterfront property clean and free of muck build-up. It can also push algae and weeds away from your fishing pier or dock and prevent ice damage to boats in the winter with continuous water movement in one-directional flow. Each unit includes a motor…
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    $1438.00 - 2543.00
  • …Seasonal Defense accelerates the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that create muck. Come spring use Seasonal Defense to jump-start your biological filters and replenish the bacteria lost during winter. A Little Extra Clarity Defense is a trusty sidekick that will accelerate your results by…
    …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 alligators.…
    …at times they will only kill what is presently growing. This option will only act as a short-term solution as the dying weeds will add nutrients and muck to the pond that will feed future plant growth. Increasing nutrients in the pond will also contribute to low levels of oxygen in the water keeping…