Control those nuisance blue green algae species that has invaded your pond and once again you can enjoy the aquatic habitat that you created and meant to have.
Phycomycin SCP is an active 85% form of Sodium Carbonate Peroxyhydrate provided in an easy to distribute granular form. Dilute in a bucket of water, following the easy to use instructions, at a dosage rate of 3lbs to 100lbs per acre foot of water for control of that debilitating algae. Clear out that fountain and those lines once and for all so you can once again hear the sound of smooth, peaceful water. Target those blue green algae particles that clouds and darken your water making it impossible to see your aquatic plants and fish. Speaking of fish, this product is safe for all species, especially those that are copper sensitive.
Phycomycin SCP is safe for use in aquaculture, drinking water reservoirs, ponds, canals and lakes.
- 100% soluble granules in water
- Peroxide Based
- Targets Blue Green Algae
- Safe for Copper sensitive species of Fish and Plants
- Certified by the (NSF) National Sanitation Foundation for use in drinking water
Due to UPS Ground shipping policy, this must ship via freight LTL shipping.
SKU 65260242 Model L00805 Weight 100.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $80.97
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We are using nuitri sorb bacteria and enzymes in our swim pond. We often need to treat algae and phycomycin has worked well. Does phycomycin kill bacteria products?
Thank youQuestion by: Sharon on Apr 16, 2015 8:35:00 AMHello,
I have reached out to the manufacturer and this is what they have stated:
I am not aware of any specific studies, but I would guess there would be a little oxidation (harm) done to the bacteria in very localized areas around the treatments but nothing that would affect the overall bacteria/enzyme treatment program.
Thank you!Answer by: Mickie (Admin) on May 11, 2015 8:51:00 AM