Ultra-Concentrated Pond Dye Packets-Dry decrease sunlight penetration into the depths of your pond. Also improves the aesthetic of your pond by coloring brown water a more pleasing color. Our fish-safe Ultra-Concentrated Pond Dye Packets treat a one acre body of water up to 6-ft deep. By using Bjornsen Pond Management’s Ultra-Concentrated Pond Dye along with MuckEater Pelleted Pond Bacteria, PondFit Beneficial Pond Bacteria, and Phosphate Binder you will create a natural and proactive approach to pond management. Our specially formulated colors (Blue, Midnight Blue, and Black) are very deep and rich, with the highest concentration of colorant on the market.
- One packet treats as much water as a gallon of other diluted pond dyes
- Decreases sunlight penetration into the depths of your pond
- Safe for all aquatic & domestic life
- Pond dyes also improve the aesthetic of your pond by coloring brown water a more pleasing color
When should I use pond dye?
For southern states that have no freeze over period, treat all year long. For northern ponds, begin dye treatments as soon as ice begins to melt, and continue applying until the pond freezes again.
How to apply liquid pond dye?
Bjornsen Pond Management’s Ultra-Concentrated Pond Dye is very intense. Simply throw dye packets at multiple points around the pond. Dye will distribute through the pond within 24 hours.
Pond Dye Dosage Rate:
Repeat application monthly for best results. For ponds with heavy water flow or during periods of heavy rain, dye may need to added more frequently.
Directions for use:
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
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.