Crystal Plex

$42.99

Algae Control

SKU: 778 Category:

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Description

Pond Algaecide/Liquid Copper

Identifying the growth in your pond is the first step to controlling it. Not all growth is necessarily bad. Some types of algae, such as chara, act as filters that keep your pond water clear and clean. In order to control and kill unwanted algae, ponds should be treated with an algaecide several times a season. Our products give you a safe, cost-effective way to maintain algae growth before it takes over your pond.

Crystal Plex is a liquid copper sulfate solution designed to kill and control algae and some aquatic plants including Hydrilla.  Treat when algae is actively growing and water temperatures are at least 50F.

  • Controls many types of algae like filamentous, chara, and planktonic for a beautiful and safe pond all year long
  • Uses our proprietary stabilizers
  • Long term algae control
  • 100% safe for humans, fish, livestock, pets, birds, swimming and irrigation.
  • Not for use in Koi or Trout ponds
  • Treat only a third to a half of your pond at a time
  • One gallon treats 1 surface acre 1-3 ft deep
  • For one acre, mix 1 gallon of Crystal Plex with 10 gallons of water and spray directly on the algae mats.
  • Use Plex Mate to enhance effects when treating floating algae mats.
Tips For Measuring Your Pond
Finding out the size of your pond should be one of the first steps you take prior to pond treatment. Without knowing the size of your pond you will end up wasting valuable time and money.  If your aren’t using enough pond chemicals you will notice little to no change in the condition of your pond.  If you are using an excessive amount of pond chemicals you will waste money and potentially harm your fish.  Use the formulas below to calculate the size of your pond.
Square/ Rectangular (Gallons):
Multiply length x width x average water depth (feet) x 7.5
Example: 8′ x 4′ x 2′ x 7.5′ = 480 gallons
Square/Rectangular (Acres):
Multiply length x width, then divide by 43,560 (square feet per acre)
Example: 80′ x 140′ / 43,560 = .2571 which is approximately 1/4 surface acre
Round (Gallons):
Multiply diameter x itself x average water depth (feet) x 5.9.
Example: 4′ x 4′ x 2′ x 5.9 = 188 gallons
Round (Acres):
Multiply circumference x itself and then divide by 547,390.
Example: 520′ x 520′ / 547,390 = .4939 which is approximately 1/2 surface acre