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Remember when your garden pond was a peaceful place of solitude and beauty?
Remember showing it off to your friends while Bar-B- Qing?
Now you can take control of those nasty, slimy green algae that has invaded your beautiful garden pond and enjoy seeing your plants and fish habitat once again.
You have already spent a lot of time and a ton of money in other products that have failed. The Green Clean granules begins to work immediately through the process of oxidation which releases oxygen through the water as it works, attacking the algae at its source. Green Clean is also one of the few non-copper related products out there.
Safely apply by dissolving the granular solution in a container of water from your pond or home and broadcast it throughout the desired area. Rate of application varies from 3-170 pounds depending on the size of area and amount of algae growth. Best results can be expected when started early in the season.
- Safe for Plants and Fish
- Controls Algae Blooms
- Eliminates Existing Algae
- Keeps Water Clean and Clear
- Granular Application with Oxidization
We are unable to ship this item outside of the US.
SKU 65260236 Model L00167 Weight 2.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $19.97
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Q & A
Product QuestionsIS GreenClean 2 LB safe for dogs? I have a small fountin in my garden, my dog does not drink from it but play date dogs do!Question by: BBinFLA on Mar 14, 2014 11:04:30 AMHello,
GreenClean is completely safe for use in and around animals. I would encourage that you might restrain your dog from entering the water while a treatment is taking place, but this process ends rather quickly. The process takes Within 10-15 minutes. The visual process is very similar to dropping an alka seltzer into a glass of water. The GreenClean actually oxidizes the algae from the walls of the garden pond and within the water column.
RuralKing.comAnswer by: D.J. (Admin) on Mar 14, 2014 11:04:30 AM