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Cloverleaf Pond Support Answer 1L
Pond Support Answer is a unique blend of beneficial bacteria for general pond management.
Beneficial bacteria play a key role in maintaining a healthy environment whilst contributing to the clarity of water. Cloverleaf's "Pond Support Answer" provides the established pond with a biological enhancement and protects its essential balance.
Frequent use of "Pond Support Answer" will greatly assist in reducing single cell algae and thus will check the erosion of KH and fluctuations in ph levels.
For new ponds or the installation of new filtration systems Cloverleaf recommend the use of "Bacteria Answer"
The dosage of "Pond Support Answer"
Should be based on 100cc per 1000 litres of pond content, with the product mixed with 3 litres of pond water poured in the pond and filter system with a designated watering can. Apply once a month, or more frequently if cloudy water or algae exists. UV clarifiers should be turned off for the first 24 hours of application.
For instances where filamentous blanket weed exists it is recommended that a dose of Cloverleaf™s outstanding "Blanket Answer" is applied 10 days before using "Pond Support Answer"
1 litre bottle will treat ponds up to 10,000 litres (30ml treats 300 litres). For health & safety advice see bottom of page

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Cloverleaf Pond Support Answer

Cloverleaf Pond Support Answer

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