Call: (800) 442-6648
Aquatic Biologists, Inc. carries
only EPA registered algaecides. On average, each of the products we
carry has gone through 10 years of research to determine its
toxicity level to humans, fish, wildlife, and the environment
before being approved by the EPA*. Unsure what to use? See our Weed
Id Guide, Do-It-Yourself form or call us at 800-442-6648.
Controls a broad range
of algae species including blue green algae & cyanobacteria
growth. NSF approved.
algae, mucilaginous planktonic algae, chara and a variety of
Optimized to increase
the penetration of copper (INFUSION) into algae cells.
Algaecide, biologically active form of copper.
Effective early in spring before algae appears.
Self-dispersing algaecide/bactericide used to
treat algae before it appears. Remains in suspension until absorbed
by aquatic plants or algae.
EPA registered, non-copper based, organic
algaecide works to control algae in ponds and water gardens. Does
not harm fish or aquatic life.
Non-copper algaecide specifically targets
blue-green algae. Retards and prevents growth early in the
A chelated copper algaecide for use in small
ponds, tanks and troughs for control of filamentous and planktonic
Recommended filamentous algae control when
combined with Cutrine Plus.
Please contact ABI for availability
within your state.
*All pesticides can be harmful to health and the environment
if misused. Read the label and follow directions. Consult with your
agency before applying herbicides and algaecides to public
waters. There are herbicides from other states that are either not
licensed in Wisconsin or Illinois, or are not recommended by
California - Connecticut
- Delaware - Hawaii - New Hampshire
- New Jersey - New
York - Maine -
Maryland - Massachusetts
-Oregon - Rhode
Island - Washington
Vermont (for additional information about
these restrictions please see shipping or
Aquathol K, Reward, Weedtrine D,
& Sonar products can not be shipped without a permit
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