Pond Care Made Simple: All-in-One Pond Treatment Is Getting Rave Reviews

April 19, 2010

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., April 19 /PRNewswire/ — “It’s a miracle,” says a large pond owner in New York; “best money I have ever spent,” says another. What are these folks raving about? Clean Clear Blue by Organic Pond, an all-in-one treatment for large ponds. Organic Pond developed Clean Clear Blue – a blend of Pond Dye and beneficial bacteria – as an alternative to using chemicals to limit excessive plant and algae growth.

“In the pond world we have been employing beneficial bacteria or probiotics for a number of years. Bio-augmentation enables pond owners to balance the nutrient load in their pond, reducing the potential for nuisance plant and algae growth by digesting decomposing matter,” said Jeff Kennedy, one of the co-founders of OrganicPond.com. “Pond Dye also limits growth by limiting photosynthesis and when we put these two powerful and safe products together, we have created a simple approach to pond care, which our customers love.”

Start a simple, chemical-free pond care plan now before you are plagued with spring plant and algae problems. For an easy, effective, earth-friendly approach to pond maintenance, please visit http://www.organicpond.com/.

About Organic Pond, LLC

OrganicPond.com, LLC is part of a group of companies that provide products and services designed to reduce the use of chemicals and promote the use of renewable resources and environmental conservation. One of the fastest growing pond treatment companies last year, Organic Pond is seeking distributors and investors to continue their rapid growth.


    Jeff Kennedy
    Organic Pond LLC
    13854 Lakeside Circle
    Sterling Heights, MI 48313

Visit our website: http://www.OrganicPond.com

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