- Beneficial Bacteria For Cleaning Ponds and Lakes
Beneficial Bacteria For Cleaning Ponds and Lakes
Use one of our beneficial pond cleaning bacteria treatment additives to your pond to clean it from sludge and muck while improving oxygen levels. Our pond cleaning bacteria cleans ponds naturally and effectively without using harmful chemicals.
Our safe, very effective and non-toxic PlanktoniX pond cleaning bacteria consists of millions and millions of beneficial bacteria that start eating dead, decaying organic matter such as fallen leaves, fish wastes, sludge, muck, pond slime, etc. right away. All of these wastes provide food and nutrition for unwanted pond algae and causes it to grow. The #1 solution to getting rid of pond algae is to add a good beneficial bacteria product to your pond or lake on a regular basis that continually eats the wastes without being toxic or harmful to the environment. There's no better product on the market to do that job than PlanktoniX.
PlanktoniX's proprietary blend of PlanktoniX won't attack or eat live tissue or living plants. It's very safe and very effective!
Other bacteria products work in the same fashion but not as effectively by eating wastes in the pond. Different bacteria strains are naturally found in nature and it's one way how large ponds, lakes, rivers, streams and oceans keep themselves clean and is part of their natural eco-system.
View the video below to see how PlanktoniX works.
For excellent pond cleaning bacteria products for large ponds and lakes, we recommend our PlanktoniX. For small ponds and water gardens we recommend our Microbe-Lift . Both are available in a variety of sizes.
Start early in the season so you can really tackle your pond cleaning project with ease. If you have any questions at all, please contact us. Some products, like PlanktoniX pond cleaning bacteria, can be used several times the recommended dose for tough projects with a lot of build up. If you are considering having your pond dredged, please contact us as using PlanktoniX could save you thousands of dollars besides the awful mess and smell caused from dredging.
We also have more info on how to clean your pond.