Lake Weed Control
Lakes can be a very challenging environment to rid yourself of those pesky aquatic lake weeds. The amount of water, fish populations or even other people may sway what products you should use to control aquatic weeds. Some make good use of our water weed rakes and weed cutters. We can help you figure out exactly what you need to get past these possible problems.
If you need help identifying ornamental pond weeds, check out our problem solver below. A few of the more common lake weeds are:
this exotic plant is established in most states. It
grows densely forming surface mats that prohibit recreation
and displace desirable native plants communities.
Hydrilla is an exotic plant that
easily grows to the surface and forms dense mats. The
stems are long and branched. The leaves grow in whorls
of four to eight. Looks very similar to Brazilian
Cattail plants are long, slender
and grasslike. The leaves are flat and about one inch
in width. Cattails usually produce a long stalk with
a seed spike at the end.
Purple loosestrife is an erect, perennial weed that
is easily identified by its reddish purple flower spikes
borne from July through September. This is an extremely
invasive and noxious weed and by law, it cannot be planted
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