Kew Gardens successfully controlled algae with Dyofix
It has been 10 years since Kew Gardens successfully controlled algae using Dyofix Pond Black but we thought it would be nice to celebrate the anniversary and mention it again. The pond dye was featured in the BBC’s hit programme “A Year at Kew” demonstrating that gardeners, whose ponds are being choked by unwelcome algae, now have a new and safer solution available after successful uses at London’s Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
Enhances the look of your pond without harming plants and pond life
Peter Watson, production director of Town End (Leeds) plc, the producers of Dyofix Pond Black said “If you have ever had bloom algae or the dreaded blanket weed in your pond, you’ll know that once it takes hold it can be a messy job to get rid of it”.
“What we have developed is a simple, clean and cheap solution to the problem which isn’t harmful to the plant life and which at the same time enhances the look of your pond.”
Ten Years on and going from strength to strength
From garden designers winning gold at Chelsea Flower Show to major fisheries and water sports venues; Dyofix helps control algae in all forms of water features – both large and small.