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Aquaveil Black

$ 65.00

Brand: Geoponics Corp
Availability: In Stock

Web site: pondcolorant.com


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Aquaveil filters out sunlight and creates a more pleasing appearance to the pond and lake water, by offering a natural blue look. It will not stain birds, fish or plants when applied at the recommended rates. It is non-toxic and is compatible with most aquatic herbicides and algaecides

  • Enhances the natural color of ponds, lakes and water features
  • Acts as a shield from ultra-violet rays by preventing sunlight to penetrate the pond bottom
  • Easy to use, non-toxic, and long-lasting
  • harmless to humans and wildlife
  • Will not disrupt fishing, swimming or irrigation once dispersed

Read and follow all label instructions
Apply at the rate of 1 gallon of Aquaveil per 1 surface acre of water 4 feet deep. Apply in several different locations to ensure even dispersion of pond colorant Protect from staining hands by wearing gloves For optimal use, apply early in the spring season before aquatic weeds and algae become established

Step one:
Calculate the pond’s surface area in acres
If your pond is rectangular or egg-shaped, multiply its length in feet by its width in feet, then divide that figure by 43,560.
If your pond is circular, measure the total distance in feet around the shoreline, then multiply this number by itself (for example, if it’s 100 feet, multiply it by 100). Then, divide that figure by 547,390.
If your pond is irregularly shaped, compute its size buy using the straight boundaries of the actual shorteline, multiplying its length in t feet by its width in feet and divide that by 43,560.

Step two:
Pond depth in feet What is the average depth of the pond in feet? If unknown, take measurements spaced uniformly over the entire pond. Add these together and then divide by the number of measurements taken.
This will give the average pond depth in feet.

3 Final step:
Pond volume in acre-feet Multiply the surface area in acres by the average depth in feet.
The result equals the volume of your pond in “acre-feet.”

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