AQUAPLANCTON Eliminates Algae in Ponds and Lakes
Avoid Harsh Chemicals and Eliminate Algae Naturally with AQUAPLANCTON
Effective Natural Algae Control
Do you have a pond or small lake? Is it muddy, murky or green with algae? Is it slimy, smelly, choked with weed and a chore to clean out? If you have a pump, are you forever cleaning or changing the filter? Would you like to be able to see your fish again? We have the answer.
Aquaplancton is safe to use with fish and is safe for ducks, plants, pets, all forms of wildlife, UV and biological filters. Aquaplancton can clear green water, sludge, slime, odor, blanket weed and all types of algae.
For the ecological restoration of flora and fauna in lakes, ponds, rivers and streams.
What is AQUAPLANCTON?
AQUAPLANCTON is a naturally mined mineral which eliminates algae. It’s an Eco-Conscious solution to your algae control needs.
Pond owners are a lot more concious of the environment these days and welcome this natural alternative to the use of manufactured chemicals. Aquaplancton is an entirely natural, mined mineral that works with nature, which has to be better than using manufactured chemicals.
It’s the calcite outer scales of the fossilized Aquaplancton that are beneficial to ponds. These are called coccoliths. They act as a support and habitat for the beneficial aerobic bacteria in the pond. It’s the aerobic bacteria that consume the sludge and starve blanket weed of its nutrition causing it to die out naturally. AQUAPLANCTON WORKS ALL YEAR ROUND INCLUDING WINTER.
How much will I need?
Please calculate the area of water to be treated. Depth is not important. You will need about one pound for every 10 square feet of water area to be treated. Stubborn algae problems may need a second follow up treatment 2-3 weeks after the first but you will only need 1/4 of the initial dose. This should then keep you algae free for the rest of the year. Please check our algae treatment calculator here
For a pond 6 feet by 7 that’s 42 square feet and you would need just over four pounds so we suggest a 5 pound bag for $39 including postage. A pond 10 feet by 8 feet comes to 80 square feet and you would need around 8 pounds so we would suggest a 10 pound bag at $69 including postage.