MicroLife Muck Out Pond Bacteria (25 lb 100 pucks)
MicroLife Get the MUCK OUT! is one of our newest pond and lake bacteria products for Pond and Lake Muck Digestion and Reduction! Get the MUCK OUT! is a time released bio-puck formulated to breakdown organic pond and lake sediments (pond and lake muck). Compare MicroLife MUCK OUT! to other pond bacteria products and simply see the difference! Up to 5 times More Concentrated than Other Brands.
MicroLife Get the MUCK OUT! is an all natural formulation of concentrated beneficial bacteria for use in ponds, lakes, aquaculture ponds, ornamental ponds, koi ponds and water garden ponds. Apply this all season product around in shallow areas containing organic pond and lake sediments (pond and lake muck). When used regularly, this product will reduce pond and lake muck (organic sediments), reduce murky water (improve water clarity); reduce ammonia, nitrate, nitrite and phosphorus; reduce bottom sludge (muck); and reduce odors. Toss 10 to 20 bio-pucks per surface acre every 2 to 4 weeks or as needed. For best results, the dosing rate should be doubled for the initial treatment. The product comes in a large plastic pail containing 100 4-ounce bio-pucks (25 pounds).
MicroLife Get the MUCK OUT! is a blend of all natural bacteria for treating ponds and lakes. This formulation contains all Bacillus cultures of bacteria chosen for their ability to grow quickly, withstand multiple environmental factors without easily dying off and for their ability to produce the types of enzymes needed to break down the specific wastes you will find in ponds and lakes. There was a scientific approach used in determining which organisms to use, but the real proof has been the effects after using it in ponds and lakes.
MicroLife Get the MUCK OUT! contains 5 different, specially selected, pure stains of Bacillus bacteria that work in ponds and lakes with pH values ranging from 4 to 10. All five strains are facultative anaerobes. Basically they can live and feed with and without oxygen. However, that doesn't mean they work at the same efficiency in both environments. The fact is that they are much more efficient with oxygen. That is why it can take a couple seasons to remove sludge layers in ponds and lakes and only weeks to make a difference in the water column and near the water's surface.