Macro-zyme Pond Bacteria Enzymes Water Treatment for Muck, Sludge, Silt, Odor

Cleans and purifies the water
Helps to remove nitrates and phosphates from the water
Removes fish waste, Muck, Sludge, Odors

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Increases decomposition and helps remove sludge, muck, silt, fish waste and decaying organic buildup Reduces odors in lake & pond water and helps restore healthy oxygen levels Non-pathogenic and non-toxic, Secure for humans, wildlife, and livestock Each and every packet will treat up to 1/2 acre-ft. (8,000 gallons) Macro-Zyme Pond Bacteria is the eco-friendly approach to reducing and reversing seasonal buildup of sludge in ponds and the associated nutrient levels and foul pond odors. With over 3 billion CFU’s per gram, once added, the bacteria quickly go to work consuming organic material such as grass clippings, animal waste, fertilizer and chemical waste, dead plant material, and other pond-bottom accumulations. If this organic material is left untreated, it’ll begin to fill in your pond and can create poor living conditions for fish and other pond inhabitants. It can also cause over the top aquatic plant growth. By adding Macro-Zyme each 3 weeks when water temperatures are above 55deg F (and with pH levels 5.5-8.5) you’ll experience a rapid reduction in foul pond odor and the decrease in nutrient-rich, organic material at the bottom of your pond. Macro-Zyme is a facultative anaerobic bacteria, so it works without or with oxygen. Alternatively, it is up to 5 times faster if adequate oxygen is present, so it is perfect with any Kasco aeration or fountain equipment Remedy Capacity (gal.): 162,825, Working Temperature: 55-110 F, Environmentally Friendly:
Cleans and purifies the water
Helps to take away nitrates and phosphates from the water
Removes fish waste, Muck, Sludge, Odors
1 step maintenance program
Secure for wildlife

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