algaecide


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algaecide

(ˈældʒiːˌsaɪd)
n
a chemical substance for killing and preventing the growth of algae
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"It helps flowers last longer and keeps the algaecide down," Bonvissuto says.
Product: Polyphase 663 Attributes: Polyphase 663 is an advanced, broad-spectrum fungicide and algaecide for a wide variety of aqueous systems.
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Then repaint it with a decking stain which includes algaecide and UV protector.
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