Remove Nuisance Algae Naturally with Nualgi Ponds

Published on August 28, 2014

The patented Nualgi Ponds formula introduces 12 essential nutrients on a nano-scale (incredibly small size) improve the health of your fish and aquatic plants. Bring balance to the natural marine food chain for a long term pond management solution and remove nuisance algae in your pond or lake without a harmful algaecide.

Nualgi Ponds is based on more than 15 years of research and has been tested in hundreds of different sized bodies of water, lakes, and rivers since 2005. By providing essential nutrients on a nano-scale they are able to travel farther than larger, macro-sized particles, reaching every corner of your pond and increasing the bioavailability of the nutrients for easy absorption.

The diatom algae blooms caused by Nualgi Ponds out compete nuisance algae for CO2, N, P and other nutrients. Starved of nutrients, the bad algae dies off and some of the nutrients in the new bio mass are consumed as live food for your fish and zooplankton. For eutrophic ponds, results may be visible by afternoon on the first dose- starting with the bubbling up of oxygen, elimination of odor, and blue green algae crashing/floating to the surface.

Easy to use, apply the water-diluted Nualgi Ponds formula once per week around the outside edge of the pond and enjoy peace of mind knowing your water will be healthy, clear, and odor-free. The natural formula is safe for all fish, shrimp, plants, animals, and humans.

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