Registered for use in: Potable Water Reservoirs, Farm, Fish and Industrial Ponds, Lakes Fish Hatcheries and Raceways, Irrigation Conveyance Systems, Ditches, Canals, Laterals Golf Course Water Hazards Cutrine Plus Lake and Pond Algaecide is the absolute best, safest, easiest to use, and most economical algaecide! Cutrine Plus can be used for most all algae applications and also mixed it with your favorite aquatic herbicides to save money and kill invasive lake weeds more effectively! Most everyone tends to use copper sulfate to kill their filamentous algae (moss), and it definitely kills algae! The problem with copper sulfate is that it is a very harsh formulation of copper that extensively damages your ponds entire ecosystem and is not safe for fish or people! Repeated use of copper sulfate actually causes water to go sterile and the end result of a pond that cant keep itself clean is actually more algae! Using copper sulfate makes a pond or lake dependant upon copper sulfate, not to mention environmentally unsafe conditions for fish, plants, and people! Cutrine Plus is a 9% chelated form of copper that is completely safe for fish, plants, and people! It does not build-up in the pond and does not damage your ponds ecosystem. It is very safe and easy to apply and kills many forms of algae, including the most common filamentous (moss) algae, planktonic (pea soup) algae, chara (muskgrass), and spirogyra. Application Rates: Application rates vary quite a bit depending on the amount and type of algae that needs to be treated. Filamentous Algae (Moss)- 1 gallon treats 20,000 square feet. Planktonic Algae- .5 to 1 gallon per acre foot of water. Chara- 1 gallon treats 10,000 square feet (must be early in the life cycle to be effective) Application Tips: How to Apply Cutrine Plus? For most algae applications mix 1 gallon of Cutrine Plus with 9 gallons of water and 8 ounces of Dyneamic surfactant. Spray directly on the algae, early in the morning, on a sunny day for best results. Heavy infestations of algae will typically need a follow up treatment about 5 days later. For Planktonic algae applications, you can simply hold the spray nozzle underwater and drive around or just dilute the cutrine plus in a 5 gallon bucket and evenly slowly pour it into the water as you drive around. *** For really bad algae infestations add 8 ounces of Reward per gallon of Cutrine Plus. You can also add 8-12 ounces of Cutrine Plus into Reward applications for invasive lake weeds *** Water Use Restrictions: Cutrine Plus does not have any water use restrictions, it is an extremely safe product! Treated water may be used for swimming, fishing, drinking, livestock watering, or irrigation immediately following treatment. One word of caution would be not to kill too much algae at one time during the heat of the summer. Decaying vegetation will deplete the available oxygen and could kill fish. CUTRINE�-PLUS can be toxic to trout, at the recommended application rates, if the water has less than 50 ppm of carbonate hardness (soft water). Do not use in waters containing Koi and hybrid goldfish. Not intended for use in small volume, garden pond systems.
|Active Ingredient:||Copper ethanolamine complex 13.95% Copper triethanolamine complex 13.95%|
|Target Pests:||Algae: including Chara, Spirogyra, Cladophora, Vaucheria, Ulothrix, Microcystis, and Oscillatoria|
|For use in:||Ponds (Farm, Fire, Fish, Golf Course, Irrigation, Ornamental, Storm-water Retention, Swimming), Small Lakes, Fish Hatcheries, Aquaculture Facilities * See label for complete list|
|Application:||0.6 - 1.2 gallons per acre foot of water treated Example: 100 ft. x 100 ft. Lakeshore Lot (.23 Acre) 4 ft. depth (Amount Required: .55 Gallons) * See label for complete application instructions|
|Manufacturer ||Applied Bio|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CT, ME, NY|