Golf course greens fairways and turf biological
fertilizers, golf course turf, organic root growth and
greening agents, turf seed treatment, turf disease
control, soil detoxification, organic turf disease
control, biological pond treating agents, biological pond treatment dispensers turf grass
soil and water acidifiers and alkalizers for pH control, turf thatch stubble
and grass clippings waste treatment digesters, fertilizer chelating agents
beneficial soil organisms.
& Pond Products Division
6000-PC slow release
of indigenous dry powder microorganisms, enzymes and nutrients used in
our BioZyme 6000-PC formula which rapidly break down excess nutrients from chemicals
and fertilizer runoff in golf course ponds.
when used in golf course ponds:
* Reduces Nitrates And Phosphates
* Prevents Blue Green Algae Growth
* Improves Water Quality And Clarity
* Provides Less Fluctuation In Oxygen Levels
* Rapidly Breaks Down Chemical And Fertilizer
* Contains No Harmful Detergents Or Chemicals
* Works In Fresh And Salt Water
* Breaks Down And Digests Organic Sludge
* Controls Odors - Ammonia And H2S Gases
reducing phosphorus and other nutrients and clearing water
Status: The Organisms
in our BioZyme 6000-PC comply to: The EPA Class-1 GRAS list
and the Canadian Environmental Ministry - DSL list. Class
1-NPNM, non pathogenic, non mutating organisms, in Asia,
Australia, Europe and most other countries.
are from 3 to 6 pounds per surface acre - initially.
Maintenance Treatment: 1 to 2 pounds per surface acre 2
times per month.
Packaging: 10 kg (22.2 pounds)
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