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Aquascape announces new algaecide

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The product will be to combat string algae and green water in ornamental water features.

| December 4, 2013

St. Charles, Ill. – Aquascape is proud to announce its new Algaecide to help pond and waterfall owners combat string algae and green water. Aquascape Algaecide is a liquid algae control product ideal for use in ornamental fish ponds, water gardens, fountains and container water gardens.

“The number one complaint of ornamental water feature owners is the occurrence of unsightly string algae and green water,” says Scott Rhodes, Director of Product Marketing for Aquascape, Inc. “Our new Aquascape Algaecide greatly reduces pond maintenance by effectively clearing green water and controlling string algae.” 
 
Benefits and features of Aquascape’s Algaecide include:
• Stops algae growth
• Eliminates green water
• Fast-acting and easy to use
• Can be used in ponds and fountains with fish and plants

Aquascape Algaecide is available in four different sizes ranging from an 8.5 oz bottle treating up to 2,500 gallons of water to a one gallon container treating up to 40,000 gallons of water. To check for availability of Aquascape Algaecide in your area, call 866-877-6637. For more information on Aquascape’s products and services, log onto www.aquascapeinc.com.

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