Ponds to Dye For…
Pond dyes, or colourants, are widely used as part of a multi-faceted approach to pond management. Dyes darken the water reducing the amount of ultraviolet light that penetrates to depth. Reducing Ultraviolet means the water warms more slowly and there’s less sun energy for aquatic weeds and algae to use for photosynthesis. In short, dye enhances the appearance of your pond while reducing algae and weed’s ability to grow.
Arbourdale pond dyes were developed after years of testing to disperse faster and more thoroughly. We use powered dye for a deeper, more complete colouring, ease of handling and storage. Arbourdale dyes are formulated from a broad spectrum of pigments (instead of just one colour) to filter more light and last longer than any commercially available dye. All our colourants are food quality made by the same people who supply those famous hardshell candy companies and they are 100% safe for your pond, pets, people and fish.
Named for Ontario's famous falls, our Niagara Blue Colourant creates a beautiful deep blue shading popular with resorts and homeowners alike.
Arbourdale colourants are highly concentrated with no fillers to treat more water volume per gram than any other colourant.
Colourants not only improve pond aesthetics, they more importantly filter UV sunlight into the water reducing aquatic vegetation growth.
36 solupacks in resealable container.
We suggest you wear gloves.
Simply toss the desired number of water solubale packs into the pond as close to the center as possible.Our rapid dispersal dye is formulated not to clump or float on the surface, The more you add the darker the water appears.
Ideal for ponds, lakes, golf courses, farm livestock and aquatic landscapes
Sold as 36 water soluble dye bag in a resealable pail.
Each bag treats approximately 500,00 gallons or 1/2 a surface acre.
Simply tear open the foil pouch and shake the water soluble bag into the water near the inlet, waterfall or fountain. Our rapid dispersal dye is formulated not to clump or float on the surface,