- Control Algae Blooms
- Clear Green Water Algae
- Remove Excess Organic Debris
Enjoy the beauty of your pond again with TetraPond® Algae Control on your side. TetraPond® Algae Control is effective at combating algae blooms (green water), string & hair algae (Spirogyra) and blanket weed (Oedogonium). TetraPond® Algae Control can be used safely with ornamental plants and fish when used as directed, simply use to remove the algae growing in your pond. EPA registered.
From dosage rates to product labels, the USAGE tab contains all of the information you need to properly apply your pond care products.
|Gallons Treated Per Bottle||3,000 Gallons||6,000 Gallons||12,000 Gallons||36,000 Gallons|
|Shelf Life||2 Years||2 Years||2 Years||2 Years|
Pond Size (In Gallons)
Algae Control (As Needed)
How To Apply
Ensure the pond is well aerated. Dilute the proper dosage of TetraPond® Algae Control in a bucket of water. Pour diluted mixture into the pond or fountain evenly along the edges. Do not overdose! Treatment may be repeated if needed every three days, and for up to three total doses. Use 1 ounce per 360 gallons. Remove all dead algae from the pond.
Warm Weather Precaution
Before using TetraPond® Algae Control, please be sure to provide adequate aeration from a fountain, waterfall, or air pump. Keep pumps running 24 hours a day when using this product, especially during the warmer summer months.
Do not use tetraPond® with ponds containing invertebrates or crustaceans such as crabs, shrimps or crayfish.
What others are saying
"algae control"CATHY CHAPPUIS of Martinez, CA
This stuff really works.View entire review
"Great product!"Claire of Chicago, IL
This product works really well on the algae in my pond. I did a water change and then added the product. Very pleased!View entire review
"Tetra Pond Algae Control "Debra Killmer of Weleetka, OK
This is the only product that I can get to clear my pond up. It is fantastic.View entire review
"Tetra Pond Algae Control"Chris of opp, AL
This product took most of the algae out but it left a sheen on top of the water. The sheen went away after running the pump for 3 days straight. ***Response From The Pond Guy - The sheen could be pollen on the surface which can be broken up when placing your hand in the water or using a pond net.View entire review