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Soilfloc® Sealant is the best polymer based sealant available for your canal, irrigation ditch or watering hole. Specifically designed to find leaks, whether in the floor, the wall or through rock formations and seal them. Soilfloc® custom blends linear and cross-linked polymers to seal any type of soil, for any sized project.

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The biological removal of muck and sludge from ponds, lakes and canals is an ecological way to eliminate organic sediments from ruining shorelines and making swimming impossible. Safe muck eating bacteria are blended from anaerobic bacterial mixtures and enzymes that specifically target the thick, black, stinky muck that is common in ponds and lakes.

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Bubbler systems use perforated tubing placed at the bottom of the water around a boathouse, dock or wall. When using diffuser lines to protect your dock from ice damage there will be some fairly common installation procedures: place the air compressor in a ventilated cabinet or shed and run an airline to the structure where a weighted bubbler hose is placed at strategic points around the dock or against the wall.

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How do I get rid of horrendous algae?

Dear Pond Report: I have horrendous algae all over my farm pond, and I’ve never had any type of aeration system put in. We had some flooding earlier this spring that washed who-knows-what into my pond, evidently causing this problem (we’ve been here for 7 years, and this is the first time we’ve had algae like this). Will the Clean Green with your Pro 7 rating and Pond Keeper with Barley Straw with the samePro 7 rating that you sell on your site work effectively in a non-aerated pond…with the same results? An aeration system is certainly something I’d be willing to install later, but as it is now, I’d be afraid of burning up a motor with all of the algae that’s in there. Thanks for sharing your expertise!! Sherry
 

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Hi Sherry, Thanks for writing.

Yes the products will work in a non aerated pond. The CleanGreen Algaecide will work in pretty much any sort of condition and while the PondKeeper beneficial bacteria does prefer to have oxygen present to be more effective in most natural ponds there is an abundance of oxygen.

Just follow the recommended dosages and you should be eliminating the algae fairly quickly. The results will be favorable and once the problem has been addressed you could consider an aerator, either a fountain type pump or a windmill, depending on if you have electricity nearby.

Thanks for writing and please let me know if you have any questions.

If you care to order the algaecide and natural bacteria you can order directly from our website where we sell the Pond Keeper and Green Clean mixes with our Pro 7 rating : ThePondReport.com algaecide & natural bacteria

Best regards, The Pond Report

 

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