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EasyPro Natural Phosphate Binder

Phosphate Binder is a plant based powder formulation that contains 70 trace minerals which work to naturally bind soluble phosphorus in pond water. It can be used all season long and works best in conjunction with All Season Pond Bacteria. Use of Phosphate Binder also promotes fish health by buffering pH preventing wild swings as well as adding essential trace minerals.

  • Binds problem causing phosphate
  • Provides approximately 70 beneficial trace minerals
  • Buffers pH
  • Boosts beneficial bacteria activity
  • Provides minor flocculation (settling) of suspended particles
  • Safe for fish, pets and family
Directions for Use

Phosphate Binder can be used all season long. Best if mixed with several gallons of pond water to make a slurry, then spread around edges of pond. Can be applied up to 2x recommend rates. Multiple treatments per week can be used for murky water. Best results if used with All Season Pond Bacteria. Can be used in alternate weeks or at the same time as bacteria treatments.

Initial applications (or murky water): Apply 1 scoop (1 scoop = 1 oz) per 500 gallons of pond water two times per week for first two weeks.

Maintenance applications: Apply 1 scoop per 500 gallons of pond water every one two weeks.

EasyPro Natural Phosphate Binder

EasyPro Natural Phosphate Binder

  Icons SKU Size Initial Dose Maintenance Dose Bottle Treats Add
PF15
15 lbs. pail
1 - 1 oz scoop per 500 gallons
1 - 1 oz scoop per 500 gallons
7,000 gallon pond for up to 9 months
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