Natural Pond Cleaner AquaSphere Pro Biodegradable 50,000 gallons
I have tried a wide variety of pond treatments with poor results. Since I began using this product, my pond has never looked better and it is so easy to use. I treat about once a month through the summer and just toss the sphere into the water and my work is over. It is without question the best pond treatment available and is all natural.
May 7, 2014
Best pond algae control product I've ever used !
Beneficial Bacteria is by far the best algae control it is completely natural, will not harm plants or fish. I tried this product from another company and it was to weak to be effective. These packets will treat ponds much bigger than mine but it's still safe you can not overdose your pond with this product. I have not had an issue with algae since I started using this product 3 years ago.
It is so easy to use just once a month put a fresh packet in the dispenser and place it near an aerator, fountain, or the base of a waterfall for best results.
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May 3, 2014
Great for cold weather
The bacteria in this product works to temperatures of 34 degrees Fahrenheit. Great for cold places like the northeast, were I live. I would recommend attaching a heavy fishing line with a bober, and placing it in your heater or aerator hole so it can be retrieved and refilled when the pond has significant ice.
November 28, 2013
Beautify Water, Safe, and Easy
I have a 3000 gallon pond. I use two of the small monthly dispensers. In the spring I toss in 2 of the individual Blast Bacteria packets for a couple of weeks to clear up the water. During the summer in addition to the monthly dispensers I use a Blast bacteria packet, as needed (weekly to bi-weekly and less as the summer continues), to keep the water clear. This product really works, is so easy, and my water is beautiful. Safe for fish and other animals (pets and wild ones) that come to the pond for a drink
July 7, 2012