Bengals 4-life WHO DEY
Just wondered what everyone's opinion was on treating ponds for moss. I have read that Copper Sulfate is the most common treatment for pond moss and I am looking at buying some. I have a couple concerns. 1st is to minimize fish kills and hopefully have none whatsoever. 2nd to get rid of the nasty moss in this pond. The pond is only about an acre and a half maybe 2 at the most and maybe 8 feet at the deepest point. I just wondered if anyone has had experience using Copper Sulfate or any other pond treatment chemicals. I just want to make sure I don't use to much because from what I have read, Copper sulfate can be toxic to fish. The article I read also suggests to treat half the pond and wait 2-3 weeks and treat the other half of the pond. I should have treated the pond months ago, but it is a place that I have recently started taking care of and fishing frequently. There are very health fish in this pond and I don't want to disturb any habitat, just get rid of the moss. Any suggestions or help is appreciated.