Biological Augmentation

Question: What is biological augmentation?

Answer: "Biological augmentation is the introduction of certain bacteria and enzymes to a pond. The benefit to this is those enzymes and bacteria feed on the inorganic material at the bottom, so it basically removes the sediment—the organic sediment—at the bottom. So if you have sand or clay buildup, it’s not a deposition removal, it’s more the organic material that’s built up over years and years. The bacteria and the enzymes basically exist already in the pond, we’re just hyperbalancing that enzyme or bacteria population to get the results we’re looking for."

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