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My pond is turning green,even with the use of algea fix

pondcriss.com      MY POND IS TURNING GREEN, AND I CANNOT GET IT TO CLEAR UP. I HAVE BEEN PUTTING AGLEAFIX IN IT.

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1.  Remove all organic stuff (e.g: lleaves).
2.  Bring the water to the right PH. 
3.  Bring the water to the right hardness.
4.  Make sure the filter works well (not blocked,
     enough material in it, etc).
5.  Add active Cl (as much as required).
6.  Let the filter work much more than it was set
    (it depends how severe the problem is).

 

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