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Introducing Nature’s Pond Cutter ‘N’ Rake, a 3-in-1 tool that includes interchangeable rake and cutter heads so that you can cut weeds, then pull and rake them out of your water for good. The rake also comes with a floater option to rake off floating aquatic vegetation or you can take the float off the rake head and have it sink into the water to rake weeds that are lower down.
It’s a safe and sustainable alternative to using algaecides or herbicides to kill weeds – dead weeds just sink to the bottom of the water and cause more harm than good. Simply remove the unwanted aquatic vegetation from your water with the Cutter ‘N’ Rake.
If you have used pond chemicals to get rid of your aquatic vegetation, then apply Nature’s Pond Conditioner so that it can consume the dying, decaying debris at the bottom of your pond that can accumulate as pond sludge.
- (1) Rake head
- (1) Cutter blade (set of 2)
- (1) 11-ft lightweight, reinforced aluminum handle under
- (1) 25-ft nylon rope
- (1) Float with Velcro straps (allows rake to turn into floating head instead of sinking head)
"Our pond brings a great deal of pleasure to me, thus I want to keep it algae and muck free especially in the hot summer months where pond water issues area more predominant. This year we had a very hot summer, extreme temperatures that got up into the high 80’s, low 90’s and with the use of Koender’s Nature’s Pond Conditioner and aeration windmill I was able to keep my pond algae and muck free. My goal has always been to prevent pond water issues from occurring as opposed to waiting until there is an issue."