EasyPro™ Pond-Vive Pond Beneficial Bacteria

EasyPro™ SKU: PB5X


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The natural, biological way to revive your pond.

The use of Pond-Vive beneficial pond bacteria has proven to be one of the best tools, along with aeration, that a pond owner can use to maintain water quality. Beneficial bacteria help to consume and digest decaying organic material. When left in a pond this decaying material will contribute to water quality problems and increased sludge (muck) on the pond bottom. Regular use of Pond-Vive beneficial bacteria will help improve water quality and overall enjoyment of your pond.

This special blend of enzyme producing bacteria is designed to:

  • Reduce sludge buildup
  • Eliminate pond odors
  • Improve water clarity
  • Reduce oxygen demand
  • Eliminate excess nutrients

Pond-Vive Premium formula includes:

  • Concentration level of 5 billion colony forming units per gram
  • Growth nutrient to stimulate bacteria
  • Enzymes which break down waste to more digestible form for the bacteria – speeds up the process!
  • Cold water bacteria for results in temperatures as low as 38°F
  • Pulverized barley straw additive


Directions for Use

For best results use when temperatures are above 55° F. Apply 4 to 6 lbs. (eight to twelve packets) per surface acre every two weeks. Water soluble packets are simply tossed into the pond where they will dissolve after a few minutes. Use the higher dosage on older ponds or ponds higher levels of sludge/muck. An initial application should be doubled to jump start the process.

Avoid using copper based algaecides for 48 hours within application of Pond-Vive.

Examples of Dosage Rates:

Newer ponds with little "muck" - apply 4 lbs per surface area/2 weeks

Older ponds with little "muck" - apply 6 lbs per surface area/2 weeks

For best results, the initial application should be doubled to jump start the process.

A 10 lb container treats approximately 1/4 acre for 5 months.

 The 5 lb & 100 lb pail will dropship from EasyPro.  Current Manufacturer Shipping Lead Times are shown here.

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