The Organic Solution to Blanket Weed
Blanket Weed is a major and ongoing problem for Koi and pond keepers. FreeFlow is concentrated barley straw extract and quite simply gets rid of the dreaded blanket weed. FreeFlow is a new and effective solution to one of the biggest problems faced by Koi and pond keepers. Not only is FreeFlow the solution but it's an Organic solution!
Barley Straw is widely acknowledged as a great way of controlling Blanket Weed - but who wants clumps of barley straw floating around in their ponds!!. FreeFlow allows you to have all the benefits of barley straw - without the hassle.
The reason FreeFlow works so well is that rather than working to try and change the water in ponds (which varies enormously) FreeFlow targets the cause of the problem - the Blanket Weed.
It works by impeding the reproduction and development of the algae spores themselves. Blanket Weed has a finite life span and once that's passed it dies off. Without using FreeFlow before it dies it releases thousands of spores which seed the next generation of Blanket Weed - FreeFlow prevents this process.
FreeFlow simply and effectively prevents new spores being released into your pond - this has a double benefit - the Blanket Weed still dies back at the end of its natural life cycle but in ponds using FreeFlow there is no massive die back and no consequential deluge of dead and dying Blanket Weed. Instead FreeFlow users experience a natural and gradual reduction over time. Finally, FreeFlow also works for all types of Blanket Weed.
- Cascade Koi and Freeflow......The Organic solution to Blanket weed
- Cascade Koi and Freeflow......all the benefits of barley straw - without the hassle.
- Cascade Koi and Freeflow......It works by impeding the reproduction
- Cascade Koi and Freeflow......FreeFlow prevents Blanket Weed
If you use FreeFlow all year it will help prevent the onset of the dreaded Blanket Weed, that each year threatens our enjoyment of fish keeping. Dosage rates are simple:
Day 1 & Day 8 = 250 mls per 1000 gallons (75 mls per 1000 litres)
Day 14 and weekly thereafter = 40 mls per 1000 gallons (10 mls per 1000 litres)