- Pond Bacteria
Pond algae can be beneficial to your pond in small amounts, but if allowed to get out of control, it can create a very harmful environment. When pond algae gets out of hand, it can result in stagnant water which can lead to a number of other symptoms including unhealthy and dying fish, a foul odor, and it can make your pond a breeding ground for mosquitos. One great way to control the algae levels in your pond is to use beneficial pond bacteria. This bacteria works to eat up the excess nutrients and organic matter in your pond. This is a completely natural way to help get rid of pond algae and clean up your pond. If you would like to view our selection of bacteria for ponds, then please click here.
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