Lake & Pond Muck Pellets
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This is a Professional Grade pellet that controls muck and sludge build up on the bottom of your pond or lake. When you need a great pond cleaner these muck pellets are the best choice. Great for swimming areas, around boat docks, beaches, etc.
These pond muck pellets were designed for lagoons, lakes and ponds as a low-maintenance solution for sludge and muck build up for a cleaner pond. The Professional Grade muck pellets are fortified with specialized bacterial strains that are high volume waste consumers. They also have a trace mineral base and organic catalyst to increase the productivity of each pellet.
- Specially designed pellet that drives the active ingredient down to the muck and organic matter where it can do the most good.
- Contains sludge eating bacteria, enzymes and trace minerals.
- Eliminates odor causing muck in swimming areas, around docks and on beaches.
- No gypsum fillers
- Other companies sell “Scoops” not pounds. We tell you exactly what you’re getting and you’ll get more actual product with our professional grade pellets.
To use as a spot treatment around a dock, pier, beach or other problem area. Use 4 lbs. per week for 4 weeks, then 1 lb. every other week as needed. At this rate, 25 lbs. will treat up to 2,000 sq. ft for a five month season. For larger area’s, use 125 lbs. per surface acre 2-4 times per year.
What is Pond Muck?
When it comes to pond muck, it can be a complex process to get rid of it. However, in this article, we’ll go over some of the fundamental ways that can help you to clean your pond of this disgusting muck. First, what exactly is pond muck? Well, pond muck is an accumulation of fish waste, decaying plant life, and other types of organic materials. With time, this pond muck can begin to smell, make the pond look dirty, and can even become harmful to anyone around it. For a great pond cleaner we recommend that you take the steps needed to control pond muck before it becomes an issue.
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