GreenClean Pro is a granular algaecide for treating planktonic and filamentous algae on contact. Treated algae will die within hours after treatment. GreenClean Pro algaecide is perfect for ponds, lakes, gardens, fountains, ornamental waterfalls, ground surface water, etc. GreenClean has the benefit of being an EPA-registered non-copper algaecide that is completely biodegradable.
SPREADING / BROADCASTING: Broadcast GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide with a mechanical spreader or by hand, directly on the surface. A lawn spreader or any other applicator that will ensure uniform coverage is acceptable.
SPOT TREATMENT: Apply GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide directly over the infestedarea. Re-treatment is required when heavygrowth occurs.
LIQUID: Make a solution with GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide (refer to liquid application rates). Spray this solution on the desired treatment surface. If using a slurry, agitate constantly.
FOAM: Make a solution with GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide (refer to foam application rates). Spray this solution on the desired treatment surface. Use a foamer, such as the BioSafe BioFoamer, to apply.
INJECTION: Make a solution with GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide (refer to liquid application rates). Inject this solution into the water via a piping system.
SUBSURFACE: Place GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide in burlap bags and drag through the water by means of a boat. Use granular application rates. Begin treatment along the shoreline, and proceed outward. The path of the boat shall ensure an even distribution. Continue dragging until all GreenClean Pro Granular Algaecide is dissolved.
This product performed exactly as advertised. We only treated half of our pond at a time, according to recommendations, so we will be purchasing another bag very soon. We couldn't be more satisfied as we have tried EVERYTHING to get rid of the horsehair algae problem. This looks as if it will work and does not harm fish nor fowl!
I treated half of one side of my half-acre fish pond with GreenClean Pro and the rest of that side with Cutrine Plus, which is what I had been using for two years. Within two days the results were dramatic; the algae on the rocks was almost gone with GreenClean, but it took another three days for the Cutrine to eliminate the algae. I'm sold! Great stuff.
This product works great around edges of pond where algae seems to appear most frequently. The consistency is like table salt. It is easy to distribute and sinks nicely where you throw it, unlike some products I've used that float away and sink where ever. The water temp and sun are important. I didn't give it 5 stars because I'm not sure if it works that well on deep pond floor algae. Could be I'm not using enough. Also wish it worked in cooler temperatures when algae first appears.
I have an 8000 gallon man made pond. How much GreenClean per 1000 gallons? How often can I put it in?
The pond is in the AZ sun much of the day and algae can grow fast. How much should I use as a preventative?
The label states for high algae growth you should use between 2 and 10 Tablespoons per 1000 gallons of water. On the first treatment you would probably want to use the 10 tablespoons per 1000 gallons of water if growth is high. The label just says to re-treat as needed, just do not re-treat within 48 hours of the last treatment. Environmental conditions determine how fast the algae re-grows and how often you will need to treat. The label does state that after you treat initially with the up to 10 tablespoons that for maintenance you should use between 1 and 3 tablespoons per 1000 gallons of water.
we have a natural unlined pond 20ft x 40ft by 2 ft deep and has begun to have string algae we need a product safe for water as it is unlined - can you give me info on if your product will work and how much to use...and how often - we are in Colorado
GreenClean Pro Algaecide is safe to use in your unlined pond. You would want to use 1-3 tsp per 1000 gallons water. Your pond appears to have approx. 12000 gallons of water. So, you would use approz. 24 tsp to treat your pond.