Azolla, Mosquito Fern

Azolla, Mosquito Fern

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking mosquito fern from the water’s surface can be an effective method of control. Herbicide Control: There are a few options to control mosquito fern: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water, offers extended control Flumigard…

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Salvinia

Salvinia

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking salvinia from the water can be an effective method of control. It will re-grow from any fragments that remain. Herbicide Control: There are a few options to treat salvinia: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the pond and spreads throughout the entire body of…

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Bladderwort

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking bladderwort from the water can be an effective method of control. Herbicide Control: There are two options that will offer decent control of bladderwort: Dibrox – fast-acting liquid that is diluted with water and sprayed over the plants Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – needs extended contact time, liquid…

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Watermeal

Watermeal

Dense infestations of watermeal are not just unsightly, but they can sharply reduce the amount of sunlight entering the water column causing a reduction of photosynthesis among all submerged pants. Watermeal’s tendency to cover entire surfaces of water also reduces the oxygen levels of the water body resulting in oxygen depletion that can kill fish…

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Duckweed

Duckweed has the ability to multiply rapidly and can infest a pond or quiet bay in a matter of days. Duckweed can be a major nuisance for homeowners due to its ability to turn an otherwise beautiful pond into an unsightly mess. Luckily, controlling duckweed in ponds is very simple. We recommend our Dibrox® Herbicide…

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