Tag Archives: treatment months

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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January 17, 2020

The Truth About Aquatic Herbicides: Are They Dangerous?

Some of the most common concerns new pond owners express are over the safety of wildlife, pets, and people. When they first see their technician in PPE (person protective equipment) spraying into the pond, it instantly makes them think that strong, dangerous chemicals are being used. In reality, aquatic herbicides are closely regulated by the […]

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December 11, 2019

Winter Pond Safety

Most people associate ponds with summer fun, however, there are many activities that you can use your pond for in the winter too. Summer pond safety is common knowledge, but when it comes to winter pond safety people are typically a little less knowledgeable. Here are some tips to keep you safe while using your […]

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November 13, 2019

SEASONAL HELP WANTED!

Now hiring for our 2020 treatment season, no experience necessary. Start date would be in May-June, depending on our needs and your schedule. We are a small, but growing company looking for hard working technicians. This role is predominantly a seasonal role but may progress into a full time position based on performance. The position will […]

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October 7, 2019

Causes of Murky Pond Water

Murky pond water, muddy pond water, cloudy pond water…all of these problems have one common denominator: high turbidity. Turbidity is caused by suspended inorganic and/or organic particles that cause cloudy or murky water. There are different levels of turbidity too. The more floating particles, the more turbid and the cloudier the water. Murky pond water […]

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May 27, 2019

Important Information for the 2019 Season

We are nearly halfway through the season but there is still much more work to be done! Please have patience as we continue to make progress on your ponds! Be sure to take a look at our Summer 2019 Newsletter if you haven’t already.   Important Dates to Remember:  June 1st *Gold Summer Weekly Treatments […]

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