Rescue 3lb Pail
Treatment Area: Treats up to 3,600 sq. ft., 4 feet deep
Controls bottom algae and many submersed weeds
Total Pond - Rescue® is a concentrated chelated copper formulation that is effective as a result of its ability to act at multiple sites of action in the plant. This product works by shutting down photosynthesis and disrupting cell integrity. The high concentration, quick copper release granular formulation optimizes product exposure in the area where weeds and bottom-dwelling algae are growing.
- Contact herbicide and algaecide
- High concentration, quick copper release crystal for targeted application
WHEN TO APPLY
SePRO Total Pond - Rescue should be applied while weeds and algae are actively growing.
WHERE TO APPLY
This product is formulated for direct application to the water. Simply apply the appropriate amount of product evenly in the water, around the perimeter of the water body or over the targeted treatment area using a gloved hand, scoop or other granule application equipment to cast the pellets into the water. For best results, target coverage in areas where aquatic weeds and bottom dwelling algae are actively growing.
Water treated with this product may be used for fishing, swimming, and irrigation following application.
Do not treat more than 1/3 of the water body during a single application to avoid the potential for depletion of oxygen due to decaying vegetation. Wait at least 14 days before continuing treatment of the remainder of the water body.
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS
- Ensure complete, uniform coverage of areas where target weeds or algae are growing.
- Apply on a calm day.
- This product requires a minimum 3 hours of contact time to achieve optimum results.
- Prevent disturbing the treated areas for 24 hours or as long as possible to maximize contact time.
AQUATIC WEEDS CONTROLLED
This product controls many submersed aquatic plant and bottom-dwelling algae species including: hydrilla, Brazilian elodea (Egeria), naiads, coontail, elodea, horned pondweed, sago pondweed, floating-leaved pondweeds, watermilfoil, American eelgrass (tapegrass), Charophytes, Chara spp., Nitella spp., Nitellopsis spp., and other submersed weed and algae that are sensitive to copper.