American Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling American pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. American pondweed will re-grow from any roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water,…

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Small/ Baby Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling small pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Small pondweed will re-grow from any roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water,…

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Floating-Leaf Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling floating-leaf pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Floating-leaf pondweed will re-grow from any roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water,…

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Robbin’s Pondweed

Robbins Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Robbin’s pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Robbin’s pondweed will re-grow from any roots remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water, offers extended…

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White-Stem Pondweed

Whitestem Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling white-stem pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. White-stem pondweed will re-grow from any roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water,…

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Illinois Pondweed

Illinois Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Illinois pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Illinois pondweed will re-grow from roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water, offers…

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Large-Leaf Pondweed

Large-Leaf Pondweed

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling large-leaf pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Large-leaf pondweed will re-grow from roots or seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water and spreads throughout the entire body of water, offers…

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Brittle Naiad, Marine Naiad

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling brittle naiad plants and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Brittle naiad will re-grow from seeds remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: There are multiple options that all offer great control of brittle naiad: Dibrox – liquid that is diluted with water and sprayed over the…

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Fanwort

Fanwort (Cabomba)

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling fanwort plants and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Fanwort will re-grow from any remaining seeds or fragments left in the water. Herbicide Control: There are a few options for controlling fanwort: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the water…

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Egeria

Egeria

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically pulling egeria and digging up its roots can be an effective way to control this plant. Egeria can re-grow from any fragments or roots that remain in the water. Herbicide Control: There are two main options to control egeria: Dibrox herbicide plus Mizzen algaecide (for ponds or lakes) – liquids that…

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Elodea

Elodea

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking elodea plants and pulling the roots can be an effective way to manage this plant, but it can re-grow from any remaining fragments or roots. Herbicide Control: There are multiple options for controlling elodea: Dibrox – liquid that is diluted with water and sprayed over the plants, fast-acting Spritflo (for ponds with…

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Eelgrass, Wild Celery

Eelgrass

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking wild celery and pulling up the roots can be an effective way to manage this plant. Wild Celery can re-grow from roots that remain in the water. Herbicide Control: Wild celery is very hearty, but partial control can be obtained with either of these options: Dibrox herbicide (for ponds or lakes)…

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Water Buttercup

Water Buttercup

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physcially raking water buttercup and digging up the roots can be a somewhat effective method of control. Water buttercup can re-grow from seeds or stem fragments that remain in the water. Herbicide Control: There are two main options to control water buttercup: Dibrox herbicide (for ponds or lakes) – liquid that is…

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Chara Algae

Chara Algae

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking chara from the water can be a somewhat effective method of control. Chara can re-grow from spores or fragments that remain in the water. Algaecide Control: Chara algae is best treated when it is young and has fewer calcium deposits. A combination of Mizzen algaecide and copper sulfate crystals will…

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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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Water Stargrass

Water Stargrass

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking water stargrass and pulling up the roots can be a somewhat successful way to manage this plant. Water stargrass can re-grow from any roots that remain. Herbicide Control: There are a few options for controlling water stargrass: Spritflo (for ponds with no outflow) – liquid that is poured into the pond…

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Parrot’s Feather

Manual/ Mechanical Control: Physically raking parrot’s feather and pulling up the roots can be a somewhat successful way to manage this plant. Parrot’s feather can re-grow from roots or fragments that remain. Herbicide Control: There are multiple options for controlling parrot’s feather: Dibrox herbicide – liquid that is diluted with water and sprayed right on…

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Sago Pondweed

For easy control in a pond, we recommend using our POND Solution products. Dibrox® Herbicide is one our our POND products and will easily take care of excess Sago Pondweed growth. Also, the systematic herbicide Fluridone can be used. It will be absorbed by the sago pondweed over an extended period of time. For lake…

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Naiad

Naiads are perennial freshwater plants that like to grow in standing waters. The majority of their growth is done typically in the spring and early summer. They can be identified by their short, narrow leaves. The leaves will grow in groups of three sticking out from the main stem. Dibrox® Herbicide as well as Hydrothol…

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Coontail

In lakes, we recommend using our Dock and Swim Area Products for coontail control. The products contained in the package will eliminate the current coontail growth as well as reduce the nutrients in the water required for future re-growth. Dock and Swim Area Products include Dibrox® Herbicide a contact herbicide that will kill any plants…

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