PondFit™ Beneficial Pond Bacteria—The most advanced, natural pond bacteria available!
PondFit Beneficial Pond Bacteria is the most important treatment for keeping pond water clear and controlling nuisance vegetation, which helps you grow large fish.
PondFit Beneficial Pond Bacteria reduces excess nutrients, smelly odors, and organic matter—also known as muck or sludge—that cause typical pond problems. You will see the results with this product!
Years of microbial product testing and research have gone into PondFit. Our bacteria blend works in all seasons—in water temps from 35 degrees up to 95 degrees!
PondFit Beneficial Pond Bacteria is not just a bacteria product. It’s also a water conditioner using the perfect amount of essential pond vitamins, minerals, micronutrients, and barley straw to condition your water and help the living bacteria flourish! Breathe new life into your lake or pond by completely restoring the entire microbial ecosystem!
Our special blend of enzymes and bacteria is designed to:
- Reduce sludge/muck buildup
- Reduce murky water
- Improve water clarity
- Reduce pond odors
- Reduce oxygen demand
- Reduce ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, and phosphate
- Minimize excess nutrients
- Safe for fish, family, and animals
Dosage Rate Guidelines
- PondFit Beneficial Pond Bacteria comes in 8 oz. water soluble bags. Simply toss them into the water along the shoreline at a rate of 4 lbs. per surface acre.
- A followup dose of 2 lbs. per surface acre can be applied two-to-four weeks later.
- PondFit can be used with our MuckEater Pelleted Bacteria for decreasing bottom muck (sludge).
Directions for use:
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Read the entire label and SDS information before using this product. Use strictly in accordance with label precautionary statements and directions, and with applicable state and federal regulations.
Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulation.