Remove Bottom Sediments From Your Pond
Every pond is in a dying process the moment it is created. Leaves, weeds, algae and other organic matter travel to the bottom of the pond, taking the form of MUCK. This gradually fills in the pond and is the direct cause of the many problems that pond owners have. MUCK contains toxic gases and harbors nutrients that cause excessive weed and algae problems, which deteriorates the ecosystem of a pond. Now there is a unique, efficient, and economical way of removing the MUCK and pond scum and restoring new life to your pond. Let’s compare the old solution with the new solution and you decide which is the better approach.
Mechanical dredging is most effective when the pond has been completely drained and the bottom sediments have had time to dry.
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