Why settle for a murky, unpleasant pond or small lake? Adding beneficial bacteria is an effective way to maintain the health of your pond. Just Pour and Go! Regular use of these muck reducers and water column conditioners will keep you fully enjoying your pond all season long.
If you live in an area with snowy winters and ice, it is crucial to winterize your pond for the cold months. Here are a few simple tips for you as pond owners to consider when thinking about winterizing your pond.
As most pond owners know, often with warm weather comes unsightly Algae resting on top of weeds, or floating in the pond. It’s important to remove algae properly from your pond or lake so you don’t harm the environment and you decrease the chance of another bloom occurring.
It’s not too early to gear up for Spring! During the winter there’s not much you need to do to care for your pond, especially if it’s frozen over. Once the weather starts getting warmer, that’s when you should be proactive to make sure your pond or lake looks beautiful for the rest of the year. A beautiful and healthy pond doesn’t happen magically. It requires monitoring and proactive maintenance to stay in great shape. Algae blooms are one of the most common problems pond owners are confronted with. Beyond the unsightly appearance, certain algae can even be toxic. This year you can be ready for any algae blooms.