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Muck Pellets vs Muck Tablets - Which Is Better?

Muck Pellets vs Muck Tablets - Which Is Better?

Let’s Compare Muck Pellets and Muck Tablets

Muck pellets and muck tablets are designed to do 1 thing, get rid of muck buildup on the bottom of lakes and ponds.

Generally speaking, they both do a good job at eliminating muck, but does one have an advantage over the other? If so, what are the advantages?

Defining Muck

First, let's define what is considered muck so we know exactly what muck pellets and tablets are designed to get rid of.

At Weeders Digest, we define muck as decomposing and dead organic material that has dropped down to the lake bottom.

Dead leaves, dead weeds, dead grass and fish waste are all great examples of what muck is.

How Do Muck Pellets and Muck Tablets Work?

Muck tablets and pellets are a combination of natural beneficial bacteria, enzymes and vitamins that stimulate the biological activity at your lake bottom.

These muck tablets or pellets sink and settle in the muck at the bottom of your lake or pond and begin eating away at the muck by releasing beneficial bacteria and nutrients that thrive off of muck.

So What's The Difference Between Muck Pellets and Muck Tablets?

The main differences between ShoreTech muck tablets and pellets are:

1. Muck tablets have a higher concentration of focused bacteria whereas pellets have a variety of bacteria but a lower concentration amount.

This difference makes a noticeable impact on the results you get from muck tablets over muck pellets.

2. Muck tablets are heavier and more compact so they sink further down into the bottom sediment layer, establishing a healthy microbiota at the water-to-sediment interface that accelerate the digestion of organic matter and improve water quality and clarity.

Since muck tablets sink further down into the sediment, they are ideal for bodies of water that have a lot of water movement as the muck tablets stay where you want them to.

Furthermore, because muck tablets are heavier they can be tossed further into your lake or pond.

If you have a lot of muck sitting at the bottom of your lake or pond, muck tablets are going to do a better job at getting rid of the muck faster.

On the flip side, if you have a lot of muck floating on top of the water like dead leaves and dead algae, muck pellets work better at decomposing them.

Best Muck Tablets

Muck Tablets

We offer the ShoreTech Muck Reducer Tablets in various sizes from 1 pound bags to 30 pound pails.

These muck tablets are advanced non-toxic probiotics that combine scientific research with novel bioengineering that features a unique microbial consortia and stimulant package which results in faster digestion of muck and improved nutrient removal.

These muck tablets are also safe for fish, aquatic species, waterfowl, pets and humans and will not kill living plants or algae.

Best Muck Pellets

Muck Pellets

We offer the ShoreTech Muck Reducer Pellets in various sizes from 1 pound bags to 50 pound pails.

These muck pellets are high performance, all natural, biodegradable and laboratory formulated using only the highest quality Class-1 organisms.

These muck pellets are safe for fish, aquatic species, waterfowl, pets and humans and will not kill living plants or algae.

Should You Use Muck Pellets or Muck Tablets

Every lake and pond muck situation is different. If you still have any questions let us know. The Lake & Pond Product Advisors at Weeders Digest can help you determine if a pellet or tablet is right for you.

Give us a call at (877) 224-4899 and tell us some features and details about your lake or pond and one of our experts can help you start eliminating your muck problems today.

11th Mar 2022 Weeders Digest

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