algicide


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algicide

[′al·jə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical used to kill algae.
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color) A helicopter carrying a spreader filled with copper sulfate - an algicide - passes over the upper Castaic Lake on Friday.
Better help may be on the horizon for many catfish farmers in the form of a natural-based algicide that kills blue-green algae but is much safer for other pond life.
There are products which will clump the algae together so they fall to the base of the pond or you can use an algicide.
Zep Biofilm Drain Purge attacks biofilms and acts as a bactericide, slimicide and algicide.
In addition to biofilm control, STABROM 909 Biocide is registered with EPA for use as a disinfectant, fungicide, algicide and/or slimicide for wastewater, commercial and industrial recirculating cooling water systems, industrial once-through cooling water systems, and pulp and paper mills.
Coatings biocides: Environmentally advanced microbicides, low-VOC algicide and VOC-free preservative have worldwide regulatory support.
Attributes/Comments: Rocima 80 is a specific algicide which should be added to a fungicide for broad spectrum protection.
Sources of Cu include algicides, petroleum refining, pyrotechnics, wood preservatives, wires and electroplating [22].
4]) is one of the most widely used algicides for phytoplankton control in fish ponds, reservoirs and lakes, due to leaching and runoff water from treated areas, it contaminates aquatic habitats (Gioda et al.
MPP recently started using a new formulation method for algicides in the paint segment.
was carrying large, heavy totes of cupric sulfate, a corrosive liquid that is used in copper-plating, wet-cell batteries, insecticides, fungicides and algicides, said Edmund Coletta, spokesman for the state Department of Environmental Protection.