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Remove Lake Weeds Now!

In just a short period of time, there is not doubt that a pond weed or a lake weed can be developed into any bodies of water. If you happen to notice a lake weed or pond weed in any bodies of water, then it is something that you should afraid of because weeds such as duckweed can be very dangerous to native species. There are definitely a lot of cons if overgrowth of weeds will be tolerated because it will not only disrupt the potential of the environment, but it can also be dangerous when it comes to the aesthetic value of the surrounding. If you have a lake or pond that needs duckweed control, below find some useful tips to kill them.

Prevention Is Better Than Cure! In order for you to not cure any lake weed problems, it is best to avoid them in the first place, for example, if your lake has its bank which the slope is too steep, then it is advisable to have one since the lake weeds will find it hard to grow on steeply sloped banks. Even if the banks of your lake are steeply sloped, you still don’t have any assurance that you can already prevent having lake weeds since a margin which is shallow can be a way for lake weeds to grow deep. Considering the fact that the depth of the water is approximately 2 to 3 feet, it is important to have a bank which is around 4 feet in order to have an assurance that there will be no growth of lake weeds. This can prevent weed from growing.

Pull Out the Weeds mechanically – By Hand: If you need to get rid of lake weed from your pond and restore its aesthetic value, initiate hand pulling out the weeds. If the infestation is such that needs greater attention and where hands won’t suffice, you can make use of underwater weed cutter. The underwater weed cutter are definitely a good use if you want to use them on nuisance-creating plants like the water milfoil and water lilies.

Use the Drawdown Technique to Control Weeds: This technique works best in winter season. It is during winters, prolonged freezing leads to sediment exposure.

The last and definitely not the least technique that everyone must keep in mind is to treat the pond or the lake using Herbicide, a chemical which is used to kill aquatic weeds. The best way to use them is to use them in a proper proportion, so that while you are destroying the algae and weeds, you won’t harm the fishes and natives species in your lake.

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