Bio Boost Nitrifier is a consortium of autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms that reduce all types of nitrogen. It's not just nitrifiers but it also contains some denitrifying organisms. The great thing about ammonia is when a pond is properly managed you can get rid of it. It will be converted and the process will eventually release nitrogen gas out of the pond and back to the atmosphere.Very useful in ponds where ammonia is the limiting factor Bio Boost Nitrifier attacks nitrogen in all its forms, is safe to use & safe for the environment. Bio Boost Nitrifier is great for ponds with ducks, geese, and other waterfowl as well is in ponds where fish are overstocked or overfeed.
Available in 1 gal Jugs - Most be shipped 2nd Day Air or faster (this results in a higher shipping cost). Keep refridgerated.
Temperature of water 55 -70°F (12.8-21.1°C):Initial Dose: 4 gallon per 4 acre feet twice per month. Maintenance Dose: 1 gallon per 4 acre feet twice per month
Temperature of water 70°F (21.1°C) and up:Initial Dose: 1 gallon per 4 acre feet twice per month. Maintenance Dose: ½ gallon per 4 acre feet twice per month
Bio Boost Nitrifiercan be added by: boat sprayer, adding near an aerator to help distribute it in the whole pond, from a sprayer on shore, pouring it in around the edge of a pond and/or metering in with a small chemical feeder
Migratory Waterfowl Ponds: Just feed Bio Boost Nitrifier and some Bio Boost Muck Digesting Pellets into a pond when the geese, ducks or other waterfowl come through and this will help uptake the nitrogen so when they leave you're not left with a pond with all kinds of new growth.
Swimming & Fishing Ponds: Swimming and fishing ponds are often well maintained in every way. They have superb aeration which really can build up the nitrite and nitrate. These ponds often develop Oscillatoria and Lyngbya due to the excellent water quality and lack of competing algae species. When these cyanobacteria crop up we recommend Bio Boost Nitrifier and slight aeration.
Note: Product shipping to CA is for use in private ponds only. CA specific label is required resulting in a slightly higher cost.