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Lake Weed Killer: Watershield Control

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Watershield Control

Here is another recent email question from one of our customers regarding the treatment of

Q: I have an approx. 60 yard by 80 yard pond that I would like to clean up.  The past six years I have struggled with  The...

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Pond Care : Fertilize or Not to Fertilize?

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Phytoplankton Algae Control

Fertilization is done to improve the quality of fish growth.  In the United States, fertilization has been used extensively since 1925 as a means for increasing pond productivity.

Applying proper pond fertilizer to a lake has the same effect as fertilizing...

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Bald Eagle Deaths Linked to Invasive Lake Weeds

Published by Tom Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Bald Eagle Deaths

Augusta, GA (AP) - Eight bald eagles found dead a lake near the Georgia - South Carolina border died of a disease linked to an invasive weed, authorities have determined.

The deaths, which occurred...

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Milfoil Control and Aquatic Herbicides Safety

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Milfoil control
A customer recently contacted us regarding the control of Milfoil, Parrot Feather and Water Primrose.  Below is his question and a response.

Q:  Hi,...

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Aquatic Herbicides: An Annual Application Recommendation for Killing Weeds

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Question five in the Q+A Series deals with the recommended timing and annual schedule of aquatic weed control products for killing weeds, algae control, and a lake muck removal application.  Keep in mind each individual case is different.  Many situations will only call for one or possibly two of these applications, or possibly...

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Aquatic Weed Control: It’s March and Bladderwort is Back!

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Bladderwort

Bladderwort is a free floating pond weed that lacks a root system but does have a yellow flower on an erect stem above the water.   Submersed leaves are whorled with 4-10 lateral leaves that fork often giving them a very delicate capillary...

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Aquatic Weed Control: 4 Ways to Control Filamentous Algae

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 2 Comments

FilamentousAlgae

The most common lake weed problem is Filamentous Algae.  Filamentous Algae, also called “lake moss” or “pond scum”, form dense mats of strands.  Filamentous Algae is often a persistent problem because it reproduces rapidly by...

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Aquatic Weed Control: Eurasian Milfoil & 5 Options for Control

Published by Jamie Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Eurasian Milfoil Control

Eurasian Milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum)

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Eurasian Milfoil originated in Europe and Asia and made its way to the Eastern United States the better part of a century ago. From the 1940's...

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Pond Muck Removal and 3 Methods that Help

Published by Tom Markoe on November 06, 2013 0 Comments

Pond Muck Removal
Is your pond muck out of control?  Is it time for a pond cleaning, but you just can’t figure out how to accomplish it?  Often times pond muck and lake sediment are the result of millions of tiny clay particles that are in...

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