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Aquatic dyes are commonly used in
lakes and ponds to retard (slow) weed and algae growth and are
available in a variety of colors. All plants need sunlight to grow.
By reducing the amount of light penetration into the water, the
dyes effectively reduce weed growth no matter which color you
choose. It should be pointed out that dyes will not stop weed
growth, but used consistently, they will greatly reduce it. Lake
and pond dyes may also used to improve the appearance of your
Pond dye works best in ponds with good
water clarity and only retard weeds and algae that are growing at
the bottom of the pond, a good rule of thumb is that pond dyes will
not affect any weeds and algae that are already in existence, only
new growth. Pond dye can be used year round. Normal treatments
generally last 1 - 3 months in contained ponds or lakes. How long
the dye will last for you will depend on how much flow you have
going in and out of the pond.
ABI Blue's true sky blue
color beautifully offsets the scenery of your landscape
Aquashadow beautifies murky, cloudy or
off-colored water with a natural aqua-blue tint. Easy to apply in a
water soluable bag
Blue Lagoon colors water a mild blue
color providing an economical alternative for pond owners on a
Cygnet Select is an organic water dye
that will color the water a deep rich blue.
Cygnet Select Extreme is a highly
concentrated organic water dye that will tint ponds and lakes with
a deep rich blue color.
Perfect for natural looking ponds in
wooded areas where you want a reflective surface to show off the
Wish your blue dye was a little darker in
shade? Consider creating your own unique shade by mixing in a small
amount of black dye into your blue dye application.
Is your black dye to dark? Add a small amount of blue dye into
your black dye applications. With a little practice you will
achieve ample color while also creating an attractive, rich look
that you enjoy!
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