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Hydro-Bugs Liquid

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  • Effective against green water algae and cloudy pond conditions
  • Reduces organic buildup such as sludge, fish waste, uneaten fish food and other excess nutrients
  • Concentrated probiotic formula, with over 5 billion colony forming units per ounce
  • Safe for fish, pets and aquatic plants
  • Fast acting liquid formula
  • Please Note: For best results apply to water above 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).

$15.85 - $55.04

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Green Vista Hydro-Bugs Liquid Bacteria Pond Treatment has been scientifically blended and tested to ensure the best results. Enhancing the biofilters of new and existing ponds, Hydro-Bugs cleans the water and with continued use keeps the water clear. This natural pond algae control is a liquid beneficial bacteria containing electrolytes and probiotic microbes that reduce ammonia, sludge, uneaten fish food, fish waste and other excess nutrients, which contribute to poor water quality.

Available Sizes

  • 16 oz. - treats up to 8,000 gallons
  • 32 oz. - treats up to 16,000 gallons
  • 1 gal. - treats up to 64,000 gallons

Please Note:

  • When using natural products such as Hydro-Bugs, patience is required! Please allow 6 to 8 weeks to see complete results.
  • Turn off all UV treatments for 24 hours after application to ensure that the bacteria have time to colonize your pond.
  • For best results, please use in water above 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).

Instructions:

  • Apply 2 ounces (12 teaspoons or 60 ml.) per 1,000 gallons of pond water.
  • Apply the product near the water feature's pump or in front of the skimmer to allow proper dispersion through the filtration system.
  • In a new pond or springtime startup, apply this product daily for the first two weeks of filter operation.
  • Continue treatment at least 2 to 4 times per month thereafter as part of ongoing preventative maintenance.
  • If extremely poor water quality exists, such as ammonia registering at any level, or improperly filtered water, then the treatment quantity may need to be increased to 3 ounces (18 teaspoons or 90 ml.) for every 1,000 gallons of pond water.

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