Pond Dye Packets

pond_dye_packetsThe power of Pond Logic® Pond Dye is now available in a convenient water soluble packet. Our concentrated formula allows 2 packets (6 ounces each packet) of Pond Dye to treat like a gallon of competitive liquid dye.  Pond Dye Packets are available in 2 colors, each with its own unique application. While we provide color recommendations below, each shade of Pond Dye provides the same reliable protection and can be selected based on your personal color preference.

• Nature’s Blue™ is the ideal color for decorative ponds as it contrasts perfectly with lush green landscaping.

• Black DyeMond™ creates a mirrored surface which beautifully reflects surrounding trees and natural rocky landscapes making it perfect for natural ponds in wooded areas.

Powerful Concentrated Powder

Two packets treat the same as a quart of our powerful 4x concentrated Pond Dye, or a gallon of competitive pond dyes, making it extremely cost effective; saving you both money and shelf space.

No-Mess Water Soluble Packets

Convenient, water soluble packets make treating your pond a breeze. There’s no need to cut, tear, scoop or pour Pond Dye Packets, just throw the packets in your pond and let your water do the rest. No worries of freezing and now worries of spilling.

Fish, Plant & Wildlife Friendly

Pond Logic® Pond Dye is a completely natural product. When used in accordance with label directions pond dye is completely safe for your fish, plants, pets and pond wildlife.

Pond Logic® Pond Dye Packet Dosage Rates

Pond Size
(4-6 Foot Average Depth)

Pond Dye Packets

1/2 Acre

1-2 Packets

1 Acre

2-4 Packets

Treat every 4-8 weeks to maintain desired color

From the chart above we see a 1/2 acre can use 1-2 packets. One packet will color the water nicely, adding the second packet will add more protection from sunlight and deepen the color.
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About the author: Darrell Rhoades is the founder of Whatpond.com and has great expertise in building ponds. It all started when he built his own pond for the family. He writes about pond management and sell pond management products at Whatpond.com.