Reducing Aquatic Pollution with Pond Bacteria
Lakes accumulate the sludge layer (muck) at the bottom of the pond as plants decay and animal wastes are deposited. Dead and decaying plants release problem-causing phosphorus and nitrogen into the water. Our beneficial pond bacteria will feed on the organic muck, naturally removing it from the bottom of your ponds and lakes without the use of chemicals. Organic pollution and sludge in the form of dead plants is a common problem for golf course and older ponds. Naturally occurring bacteria can not keep up and the sludge layer continues to get deeper. With the addition of beneficial bacteria the process of naturally removing this sludge can be done at a faster rate. The use of Super's Choice All Season Pond Bacteria Blocks will specifically target the sludge layer.