Here’s one solution from WeedersDigest.com:
ShoreTech Industries – Black Label Muck Reducer Pellets
Our pellets are top tier, high performance, all natural, biodegradable and laboratory formulated using only the highest quality Class-1 organisms. They are dense, slow-release pellets designed to sink down into the muck and effectively deliver essential bio-stimulants and indigenous bacteria. Once tossed into a lake or pond they immediately penetrate and break down organic buildup on the bottom by stimulating naturally occurring bacteria and adding sludge-eating enzymes.
COMMERCIAL GRADE CLASS-1 BACTERIAL CULTURES: Laboratory formulated from high performance beneficial bacteria, bio-vitamins, probiotics & enzymes specifically designed for breaking down & eliminating organic sludge buildup on the bottom of in lakes and ponds along with degrading floating algae mats. Helps clear water and restore healthy oxygen levels.
ECO-FRIENDLY: Pellets are biodegradable and completely safe for all aquatic species, fish, waterfowl, and humans. They will not kill living plants or algae.
PROVEN FORMULA: Our formula has been tested extensively and constantly improved over many years. Highly trusted and used by professional applicators all over the world. They are dense, slow-release pellets designed to sink down into the muck and effectively deliver essential bio-stimulants and indigenous bacteria. Capable of reducing up to 8 INCHES of build-up per month.
IMPROVES LAKE & POND HEALTH: ShoreTech Black Label Muck Pellets are our top tier bacteria product. They will also help reduce phosphates, amonia, toxic gas & odor in lakes and ponds of all sizes.
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL USE: Easy to use and ideal for lakes, shorelines, farm ponds, water gardens, retention ponds, wastewater lagoons, septic systems, irrigation ponds, recreational swimming areas, golf Courses and aquaculture
COST EFFECTIVE: Pellets are typically 1/10th to 1/20th of the cost of dredging.
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Posted By Scott Freerksen “The Lake Guy”