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Q & A - Can I purchase a small amount of Aquathol Super K?

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A customer recently contacted us regarding Aquathol Super K Granular. Below is the question and our response. Question: Can I purchase 5 lbs. of Aquathol Super K Granular and if so how much is it? I only have an area 40’ x 100’ to treat. KS, Kaukauna, WI Answer: All aquatic herbicides must be labeled according to E.P.A. regulations. Aquathol Super K Granular is packaged and labeled for sale in 10 lb. 2X10 and 4X10 lb. bags. To repackage in a 5 lb. pail would violate E.P.A. regulations. Aquathol Super K Granular is a fast-acting contact aquatic weed control option that simply kills the...

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Aquatic Weed Control: 3 Ways To Kill Horned Pondweed

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Horned Pondweed (Zannichellia palustris) is a submersed aquatic weed found in every state in the continental United States. It can be found in shallow freshwater lakes and ponds. Horned Pondweed is a delicate, underwater perennial with branched slender stems that sprout from creeping rhizomes. Long thread-like leaves are smooth edged without teeth. They grow from ½ to 3 inches long and are oppositely arranged or whorled on the stem. Leaves gradually taper to a point at the tip. Tiny banana shaped, slightly curved seeds are flattish in shape and serrated on one side.  They attach to the stem at the...

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Aquatic Weed Control: 4 Ways to Kill Curly Pondweed

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Curly Leaf Pondweed is a perennial weed that is native to Europe.  It escaped into American waters in the late 19th century and was first noticed in Minnesota in 1910.  Curly Leaf Pondweed was found in most of the United States by 1950.  It gets its name from the oblong rippled (curly) submersed leaves.  Leaves are serrated and alternately placed, typically 3” long with a reddish mid-vein.  It has annual burr-like winter buds (turions) and small reddish-brown fruit. Curly Leaf Pondweed has a unique life cycle.  In early spring, Curly Leaf Pondweed is one of the first weeds to appear...

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