ShoreKlear Plus 1 Gallon
ShoreKlear Plus 1 Gallon is the same type of systemic herbicide as in the ShoreKlear, but ShoreKlear Plus has a surfactant included. This product is for use on emerged aquatic weeds and brush in aquatic and other noncrop sites. Therefore, ShoreKlear Plus is effective on many species including: Alligator Weed, Cattails, Reed Canarygrass, Purple loosestrife, American Lotus, Phragmites, Spatterdock, Torpedograss, Waterhyacinth, Waterlettuce, Water Primrose, and Willows. Application rates normally range from 3.5-4.5 oz per gallon of water. Please refer to specific plant treatment rates on label.
This product is one gallon – which is enough to treat most ponds and pond edges for a year or even two. Additionally, this product can also be used to control weeds in the fenceline, around the house or just to edge around landscapes. The active ingredient is Glyphosate with an Aquatically approved surfactant already in the mix! No need to purchase the surfactant separately!
* Cannot be shipped to California, Connecticut, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Oregon or Washington
* Cannot be shipped to Canada
What are Pond Microbes?
The word microbes can encompass an array of things. It composes a collection of bacteria, protists, and more. When it comes to ponds, there are good and bad bacteria. You will want to promote good bacteria for your pond so they can destroy bad bacteria. One type of bad bacteria can be found on the pond’s surface, while others accumulate at the bottom. Pond microbes, like Outdoor Water Solutions Bacteria Packs, can help to rid your pond of bad bacteria. Let’s go over five benefits that you can get from adding pond microbes to your pond.
- Control Algae: Although some algae are necessary for an optimal pond ecosystem, too much algae bloom can also be bad. It can make the pond look dirty and even suffocate the good bacteria. Adding pond microbes can keep algae levels at a balanced point. In the end, you are sure to get clear water by using pond microbes.
- Controls Pond Muck: Pond muck is a combination of excess nutrients, algae, and bad bacteria. Additionally, the good bacteria you add to the pond will break down any excess nutrients that can cause pond muck. Nutrients are also necessary to keep your pond thriving. However, any type of excess nutrients in a pond will do more harm than good. Pond muck can begin to grow within just a few days if it is not adequately controlled. Using pond microbes will also help to keep pond muck at bay.
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