Biosafe GreenCleanFX Biosafe GreenCleanFX It is a 'green" alternative to harsh chlorine and copper chemicals. GreenCleanFX Liquid Algaecide is a highly effective and affordable solution to algae problems that plague a wide variety of backyard water features, including ornamental ponds, pond
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Biosafe GreenCleanFX
Biosafe GreenCleanFX

Fast acting algae control. GreenCleanFX Liquid Algaecide is a highly effective and affordable solution to algae problems that plague a wide variety of backyard water features, including ornamental ponds, pondless waterfalls, and fountains. As an EPA-registered algaecide, it is compliant with the USDA National Organic Program regulations, making it safe for use in water features containing fish, plants, and other aquatic life.

  • Breaks down into water and oxygen, leaving no residuals
  • Prevention and control of string algae and single-cell algae (Pea Soup)
  • Reduces organic build-up and odors 
  • Fish, pet and family friendly when used as directed
Treatment Per
50 gal.
Per
500 gal.
Curative 2 tsp.
3.4 ounces
  1. Apply early in the morning under sunny, calm conditions.
  2. Measure the pH of water before treatment. If pH is below 7.0, adjust the water pH to between 7.0 and 8.0.
  3. Distribute recommended dose as evenly as possible to several areas around the pond so product evenly disperses. It may also be mixed in a bucket of pond water and evenly distributed around the pond.
  4. Do not shut off pump(s) or aeration device(s); aeration must be continuous during treatment for 48 hours.
  5. Repeat dose every 3 days until algae is under control.

Removing excessive algae growth will reduce the amount of decaying organic matter in the pond.

Biosafe GreenCleanFX

Item Size
16 oz
16 oz
33 oz
33 oz
1 gallon
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