Tag Archives: muck removal

October 12, 2020

Before & After: Pond Transformations

It is always amazing to see the transformation our customer’s ponds make with service throughout the season. Correctly identifying the growth, having the right products, knowing how much to use, and having consistency with treatments are the key elements in how Pond Champs transforms your pond into the most popular feature on your property. Just […]

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June 1, 2020

Ponds Are Not Pools

We love to help our customers have beautiful looking ponds…but we fully support our motto of being the leaders in responsible aquatic management. It is not responsible to wipe out the pond’s ecosystem just to have weed and algae-free waters. Ponds are natural bodies of water that should in fact support some growth and life. […]

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April 6, 2020

What Do We Do During Our Treatment Visits?

When our Pond Champions come out to service your pond, they will arrive in a marked vehicle with their products on hand, ready to go. There are several key elements that they look for before they treat. Algae Emergent weeds Submerged weeds Muck (observation) Whenever the technician notices any growth, they will use the proper […]

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February 17, 2020

Pond Champs is Expanding!

We have exciting news…Pond Champs is expanding further into Northwest Ohio! We love the Findlay region so much, we thought we may as well just stick around! We are now servicing Seneca*, Wyandot*, Marion*, Union*, and Sandusky* counties. We now offer full service to Shelby, Logan, Hardin, and Fulton counties. *partially served counties If you […]

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May 6, 2019

“Is Muck Doctor Right For Me?”

First off, what is muck? Think of all the dead plant matter and fish waste that collect on the bottom of a pond/lake floor. After a bit of time and decomposition, this turns into muck, which is the buildup you may step into when you enter an untreated body of water. Does this sound like […]

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