Coontail

Manual/Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Coontail weed can be an effective way to get rid of Coontail in a pond or lake. Coontail will re-grow from any fragments remaining in the water. Herbicide Control: Dibrox (for ponds or lakes) – liquid that is diluted with water and sprayed over the plants, fast-acting. Spritflo (for ponds with no…

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Clasping-Leaf Pondweed

Manual/Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Clasping-Leaf Pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Clasping-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, offers…

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Curly-Leaf Pondweed

Curly-Leaf Pondweed

Manual/Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Curly-Leaf Pondweed and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Curly-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, offers…

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Hydrilla

Manual/Mechanical Control: Physically pulling Hydrilla and digging up the roots can be an effective method of control. Hydrilla will re-grow from any fragments, roots, or tubers 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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Milfoil

Milfoil weed control can be obtained in a variety of ways. There are many types of Milfoil weeds, but Milfoil treatment remains the same for each. Manual/Mechanical Control: Physically raking Milfoil and pulling up the roots can be a somewhat successful way to manage this plant. Milfoil can re-grow from roots or fragments that remain.…

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