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String Algae Control is Vital to the Health of your Pond

November 13, 2013

Spirogyra, a.k.a. string algae, is an aquatic plant comprised of cylindrical cells that form long, thin, green filaments that can look like hair floating in the water of your lake, pond, or water feature.  It is quite common to find this algae in fresh water and it tends to grow in large, slimy masses. In the spring, spirogyra are only found underwater but as the water warms, the plant produces large amounts of oxygen, which becomes trapped in the algae’s hair-like masses and helps to raise the algae to the water’s surface.  It then attaches itself to rocks or other solid parts of a water feature or pond, resulting in a string algae control problem. More...


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