Common Pond Problems
Aquatic plants can benefit a pond but they can also become nuisance weeds when they grow out of control. Excessive plant growth can result in mosquito growth, clogged drains and foul odors.
Excessive nutrient run-off from the surrounding area of the pond can cause aquatic algae. The algae can then lead to water contamination, unpleasant odors, dead fish, and unsightly ponds.
Pond Water Dyeing
Aquatic dyes not only improve the look of the water, they also limit the amount of sunlight that reaches the lower layers of your pond, thus reducing the growth of algae, weeds, and other unwanted plants. The dye is made from a water-soluble anionic food grade dye which is similar to the dyes in the foods that we eat.
Pond water dye is available in a variety of colors and the dye can be used year round. Normal treatments last generally 4 to 6 weeks depending on weather conditions. Consult our pond experts to determine the right color for your pond.