Clean Waters Solutions
Preventing Algae in Ponds & Lakes with Beneficial Microbes
By adding beneficial archaea microbes to ponds and lakes with algae problems, the ecology of the pond is balanced so that algae cannot proliferate.
Organic loading from bird droppings, animal feces, fertilizer run-off, etc. provide excess nutrients which cause algae to bloom. Our beneficial microbes use these organic nutrients as food therefore out-competing the algae of their food source and inhibiting further algae growth. The byproducts of this process are carbon dioxide, water and essential fatty acids.
Our archaea microbe consortium consists of aerobic, anaerobic and facultative anaerobes. They are much more hardy, broad spectrum, thorough and efficient than bacteria, enzyme or nutrient-based products.
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