SeClear is the first aquatic algaecide and water quality enhancer in one designed to replace routine algaecide treatments. Delivering longer-lasting results, improved water quality and reduced maintenance through time, SeClear provides effective control of a broad-range of algae species while reducing in-water phosphorous levels with each application.
Control the Problem — and its Source Applied at the first sign of an algal bloom, SeClear's copper ions inhibit photosynthesis in algal cells, providing fast-acting control, while simultaneously removing phosphorus from the water column. SeClear gets to the source of unsightly algal blooms, reducing the amount of nutrients available and lowering the chance of a recurring bloom.
Control will occur in 3 to 7 days following application and water bodies should be retreated when regrowth appears. Water treated with SeClear is completely safe on turfgrass and ornamental plants and can be used for irrigation immediately.
Uncontrolled Nuisance Algae Can Cause Big Problems
When left unmanaged, nuisance algae can cause the loss of oxygen, death of fish, and hinder water’s use for swimming, fishing, drinking, power generation, and irrigation. Excess levels of phosphorous (e.g. eutrophication) is a widespread problem in rivers, ponds, lakes and reservoirs.
Because of eutrophication, successful management of nuisance algae and improving water quality can be difficult. Other copper-based algaecides, such as the old standard copper sulfate, can control some algae present but does nothing to address phosphorus and water quality.
The old way involved plenty of application, but little real improvements. Does this sound familiar?
- Treats the algae present
- Reduces the amount of available phosphorous and suspended solids with each application
- Provides algae control
- Allows for longer intervals between applications
- Reduces the field for follow-up applications
- Enhances water quality
For more information
For more information about SeClear Algaecide and Water Quality Enhancer or assistance in designing a treatment prescription, contact a SePRO Technical Specialist. May not be registered in all states. Always read and follow directions.