Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon
Turquoise Blue pond Dye/Colorant
Ocean Blue uses a proprietary formula to give your lake or pond a beautiful turquoise blue color all year long.
100% safe for humans, fish, livestock, pets, birds, swimming, potable water, and irrigation
Maintains color and clarity in any season
Helps settle out dissolved solids
1 gallon treats 1 surface acre, 4 – 6 feet deep
Directions For Use: Apply at the rate of 1 gallon per each surface acre of water 4 feet deep. Additional amounts may be added if deeper color is required.
Purpose of using Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon By Sanco
This ocean-blue turquoise lake and pond dye can limit the sunlight penetration to the bottom of the pond, and hide the green color of algae in your water. In terms of cost, it is very inexpensive so it becomes a good option for the pond owners for management option. For the natural and proactive approach, the pond dye can be combined with muck remover, pond cleaner, bacteria booster, and bottom aeration for the management of your pond.
When should Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon By Sanco be used?
In all months of the year when the pond is not frozen, this pond dye can be used because there are no temperature restrictions on Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon By Sanco. Algae can even grow at a water temperature of 40 degrees making your water look cloudy. Pond dye is used all year long in southern states since there is no freezing of ponds or lakes. In northern areas, it must be used when the ice starts melting and continues until the pond freezes again.
Restrictions on Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon By Sanco:
- Do not apply to potable water that is meant for human consumption.
- Do not use it for small water features and water gardens.
- It can be used for lakes and ponds that are meant for irrigation and aquaculture.
Features of Ocean Blue Pond Dye-Gallon By Sanco:
- Enhances and maintains your pond color and clarity for up to 30 days or more
- 100% safe for humans, fish, livestock, pets, birds, swimming, and irrigation
- 1 gallon treats 1 surface acre, 4 – 6 feet deep