Suttle Fish Farm
16 Shorty smith Rd
Laurel Ms 39443
The most common use of pond dyes is bird control and to control aquatic vegetation, most pond dyes are food grade, they can be used safely with no restrictions on water use or harm to anything living in the aquatic environment. Pond dye controls algae growth by cutting down on the sunlight penetration into the water. Pond dyes will not affect any weeds on top of water. Pond dye is not a hercide and will not kill any aquatic vegetation. It works by cutting down on the sunlight penetration into the water.Bird Control
Aquatic vegetation that lies just beneath the water must have sunlight to survive. Great for states that don't allow grass carp (Alaska, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont, & Wisconsin banned any importation of grass carp.)
Cormorant, Water Turket, Great Blue Heron and Mergansers are a fish killing manchines. They are very good at what do. These birds can clean out a pond in days or weeks. Two months out of the year when the birds head south, they flock to our ponds for food. We have counted as many as 120 in one pond alone. State Laws make it more difficult for us to get ride of these fish eating pest. Mergansers dive to catch fish below the water surface. They are daytime feeders.
Suttle Fish Farm uses pond dye in our pond for bird control. Pond dye makes it a lot more difficlut for these fish eating pest to see our fish and a lot less birds are returning each time. Suttle Fish Farm recommends Pond Dye because-- it works.
Aquashade is a blend of blue and yellow dyes specifically designed to screen or shade portions of the sunlight spectrum (red-orange and blue-violet) required by underwater aquatic plant and algae growth. Aquashade is available in individual one gallon bottles or by the case. Each case contains four one gallon bottles.
Check with your local feed store for Pond Dye.
Add pond dye to any pond will enhance the beauty of any pond. Looks good.
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