Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment All Natural Pond Treatment by the Scott Aerator Company promotes and maintains clean, clear water in large ponds and lakes. It helps eliminate muck as it simultaneously reduces nitrates, phosphates, and odors. All Natural Pond Treatment contains a
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Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment

Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment
Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment

All Natural Pond Treatment by the Scott Aerator Company promotes and maintains clean, clear water in large ponds and lakes. It helps eliminate muck as it simultaneously reduces nitrates, phosphates, and odors.

All Natural Pond Treatment contains a blend of five beneficial pond bacteria and pulverized barley straw powder to naturally eliminate murky water and bottom-sludge (muck). It also contains multiple species of cold-water bacteria that can perform in water temperatures as low as 35 F, making it a true all-season formula.

This treatment is formulated with 100% natural ingredients and contains no harsh chemicals. Packaged in convenient, pre-measured, 8-ounce, water-soluble packets, it eliminates the hassles of applying loose powders. Simply throw the desired number of packets directly into your pond. They dissolve within minutes and are totally safe for swimmers, pets and fish.

Recommended dose rate: 5 pounds (10 packets) per surface acre of water every 2 to 4 weeks, depending on pond condition.

Packaged in 25-pound pails containing 50 packets each. Proudly made in the USA!

Scott Aerator All Natural Pond Treatment

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