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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.
Fog Worx
Having a "monster bash"? Transform your space into the creepiest spot in the neighborhood with our Fog Worx or Fog Worx HD fog juice.
Weed ID: Hydrilla
Hydrilla is an invasive non-native weed that has broad leaves that form a whorl from the central stem.
Weed ID Series: Coontail
Coontail is a common native freshwater plant that stays completely submersed. Coontail is one of the only pants that can pollinate completely under water.
Weed ID: Creeping Water Primrose
Creeping water primrose, or floating primrose willow, is an invasive perennial aquatic plant with long stems and primrose-like yellow flowers.
Weed ID: Sago Pond Weed
Sago pondweed can grow quickly and can be found early to mid-season. It is quite a nuisance as it clogs up boat propellers and tangles fishing lures.
Weed ID: Curly Leaf
Curly leaf pond weed is a submerged aquatic plant with thin wavy leaves and finely serrated edges.
Weed ID Series
Do you know what is growing in your pond?
Leeches
Though there isn't any direct way to eliminate the leech population in your pond, there are a few tricks you can try that we have found to be useful.