The Elements of Beautiful Water
Why do ponds have problems?
Beneficial bacteria is Nature’s secret weapon against the buildup of excess nutrients. When robust beneficial bacteria is present in the water, it consumes these nutrients and competes with algae. The microbes essentially starve out algae, reducing its appearance or preventing it from growing in the first place.
Three tools for pond health
If you’re already inoculating and aerating, add a Nest to power up your beneficial bacteria.
The key is a vigorous microbial population. You can acquire inoculations of beneficial bacteria for your pond to kickstart the process and to maintain a healthy pond.
Subsurface diffusers contribute to pond health by aiding in the breakdown of organic matter. Aeration provides oxygen which beneficial bacteria uses in the process of consuming nutrients. BioBoost Nests are available both with or without aeration built in, so you can get just what you need without duplicating equipment you already have installed.
Beneficial bacteria can dwindle away without the right conditions for it to colonize and multiply. That’s where a BioBoost Nest comes in. Each subsurface nesting site is ideally designed to foster rapid microbial growth, and create a nutrient-hungry force of beneficial bacteria to combat algae.
Put a BioBoost Nest to Work for Your Water