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In harsher, colder climates where ice and snow may build up on your pond, it is important to remove floating fountains for the winter. The ice and snow build-up may damage your float and/or motor and may void your warranty. AQUA DOC offers a fountain winterization...read more
Cattails are best treated in the late summer and early fall with glyphosate, a systemic herbicide. Glyphosate, when applied correctly, will travel from the leaves to the root system of the plant decreasing the amount of regrowth the following year. AQUA DOC offers...read more
When a fountain is clogged, the spray may appear weak, uneven, or go up and down. Unfortunately, occasional clogging of a fountain is unavoidable. Even when managed well, a body of water will likely have some amount of algae growth and/or vegetation which can get...read more
Invasive aquatic plants are generally defined as nonnative plant species that cause ecological and/or economic harm to natural or managed ecosystem. Invasive plants can greatly reduce the desired native plant growth. They can form dense canopies on the surface of the...read more
Any restrictions such as swimming, fishing and irrigation, that my be associated with an algaecide or aquatic herbicide, can be found on the product label. All products should be used only as directed. The algaecides and aquatic herbicides featured on our website...read more
A good rule of thumb for floating fountain size is 1-2 horsepower per surface acre. For example, if you have a half acre pond, the minimum fountain size would be a 1/2 horsepower, but 1 horsepower is recommended. AQUA DOC Floating...read more
It is important to know the volume of water in your pond or waterfeature for many reasons including properly sizing pumps and calculating application rates. Here is the formula for calculating the volume, in gallons, of your pond or watergarden: Length X Width X...read more