Give Your Pond a Fall Boost!

Published on October 28, 2013

With autumn in full swing, and leaves falling into our ponds and lakes, now is the time to apply a dose of “Breakdown Booster”. Breakdown Booster is a liquid, bacterial enzyme that works immediately by attacking dead organics in the water. The enzymes create tiny holes in leaves, dead algae, and other organic material, which allows access to naturally occurring bacteria to speed up the rate of decay. Basically, instead of all those leaves contributing to the “muck” at the bottom of the pond, they will be broken down more quickly so they are not still hanging around come next summer.

This is a great, simple way to help your pond or lake stay ahead of the curve (and start to reverse the effects of eutrophication). Accumulating leaves are some of the biggest contributors to unhealthy conditions in our ponds and lakes!

Breakdown Booster is available only through Aquatic Edge. Email, call or text to the number below to order your fall treatment. The typical dosage rate for autumn leaf drop is 2 to 3 gallons per surface acre being treated. Price is $109 per Gallon, plus shipping or application labor if needed. Give your pond the edge it needs!

**Aquatic Edge Consulting
www.AquaticEdgeConsulting.com
724-953-5539**

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