Vivid Blue Pond Dye 1 Quart Treats 1 acre
Pond Dye Concentrated Quart- Treats 1 acre, up to 6’ deep
- Treats like a gallon of other diluted pond dyes
- Shades & protects pond from UV sunlight
- Limits new algae & weed growth in your pond
- Simply pour in your pond, no mixing necessary
- Safe for all aquatic & domestic life
Vivid Blue Pond Dye is a true blue pond dye. Vivid Blue creates a vibrant blue color in pond water. If you want an island getaway right at your pond, this is the color for you!
Pond Dye Dosage Rate:
1 quart treats 1 acre, 6 feet deep. Repeat application monthly for best results. For ponds with heavy flow or during periods of heavy rain, treatment frequency may need to be increased.
Pond dye treatments are based on water volume. Standard dosage rates treat up to 6’ of water. Increase dosage accordingly for deeper bodies of water.
Why should I use pond dye?
Pond Dye limits sunlight penetration to the bottom of the pond where weeds and algae grow. Combining Pond Dye, with Muck Remover, Pond Cleanse, Bacteria Booster, and Bottom Aeration provides a natural and proactive approach to pond management. This approach targets the root cause of many pond problems.
When should I use pond dye?
Pond Dye should be applied all months of the year when the pond is not frozen. Why? Algae has no temperature restrictions. Even if the water temperature is 40 degrees, it is still possible for algae to grow. 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?
Our pond dye is a concentrate, however, no mixing is necessary. Simply pour dye at multiple points around the pond. Dye will distribute through the pond within 24 hours.
How often should Pond Dye be applied?
Dye MUST be treated at least once per month to maintain concentration. Waiting until dye is noticeably fading, means that sunlight is able to reach the pond bottom. For ponds with flow through, treat with dye every 2 weeks.