Professional Strength Serenity Dark Blue Pond Dye - 1 Quart Concentrate
Professional Strength Serenity Blue Pond dye is formulated to give your pond a long lasting blue color and help reduce submerged weed growth. One quart of super concentrate will treat one surface acre of water 4' to 6' deep.
Professional Strength Pond Dye shades and protects your pond while enhancing natural color and beauty. Its powerful 4x concentrated formula allows each quart of Professional Strength Pond Dye to treat like a gallon of competitive brands. Professional Strength Pond Dye is available in 3 colors each with its own unique application. While we provide color recommendations below, each color of Pond Dye provides the same reliable protection and can be selected based on your personal color preference.
3 Colours To Choose From:
• Blue Pond Dye is the ideal color for decorative ponds as it contrasts perfectly with lush green landscaping.
• Black Pond Dye creates a mirrored surface which beautifully reflects surrounding trees and natural rocky landscapes making it perfect for natural ponds in wooded areas.
• Serenity Blue maintains a neutral blackish-blue tint that is ideal for shading and protecting your pond without making drastic changes to natural pond coloring.
Powerful 4x Concentrate
One quart of our powerful 4x concentrated Pond Dye treats like a gallon of other leading pond dyes making it extremely cost effective; saving you both money and shelf space.
Fish, Plant & Wildlife Friendly
When used in accordance with label directions Professional Strength Pond Dye is completely safe for your fish, plants, pets and pond wildlife.
For best results it is important to never let the blue fade for this will give weeds and algae a chance to become established making them difficult to control. In colder climates Nature's Blue™ should be added just before winter to stop sunlight from penetrating the ice.
|Professional Strength Pond Dye Dosage Rates|
(4-6 Foot Average Depth)
|¼ Acre||8 – 16 Ounces
(¼ – ½ Quart)
|½ Acre||16 – 32 Ounces
(½ – 1 Quart)
|¾ Acre||24 – 48 Ounces
(¾ – 1½ Quart)
|1 Acre||32 – 64 Ounces
(1 – 2 Quarts)
|Treat every 4-8 weeks to maintain desired color|