Pros and Cons of Riprap Rock
Which is better: natural edge, or riprap?
Hydrodictyon Algae / Water Net
Hydrodictyon algae is rare to find in our area of Northeast Indiana. Have you ever encountered it?
Is it live or dead growth?

A pond has everything necessary to support algae and weed growth: plenty of water, sunlight, and nutrients. Some ponds offer more sunlight and nutrients than other ponds, causing the fight against them to be difficult.

Just because there is something in the pond doesn't necessarily mean it...
Lawn & Garden with Sanco

Sanco's lawn & garden products are rapidly expanding! Whether you're spraying for weeds or just need a little sprucing up, we have you covered! Here is our current lineup...

Neem Oil is there for your indoor & outdoor plant needs. 100% Neem Oil will ensure your plants remain healthy from seed to ha...

Retention Ponds
The differences between retention ponds and personal ponds are important in understanding how to manage them.
Label Warnings: What Do They Mean?

Think of whenever you have grabbed a coffee from your favorite coffee shop. Have you ever seen a "CAUTION: HOT" warning on the cup or sleeve? Seems pretty straight forward, but label warnings on other products can be viewed in a similar manner.

When perusing online, we occasionally run into reviews...

Your Dog and Our Products
Are Crystal Blue products compatible with Man's Best Friend?
Aqua Charge + Methanol
How much methanol should you mix with Aqua Charge?
Where Does the Muck Go?
When using our Natural Pond Cleaner or Muck Doctor, where does the muck go from there?
Green X: Koi Safe Algaecide
Many of those who come to us for pond advice have one thing in common: they have koi or goldfish in their ponds! Having these types of fish and needing to treat for algae can become less than ideal for the average pond owner. Koi and goldfish are highly sensitive to copper sulfate, which is typically the main component to most pond algaecides and why we do recommend finding an alternative product.