Aquacide — Pond Weed Killer for Pond Weed Control- Pond Weed Identification

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Lake Weed Identifier

Lake Weed Identifier
Which weed is which?

There are many varieties of lake weeds. See below to find out which weed you're dealing with, and which Aquacide product can help!

Selecting a Product

1. Classify The Weed

Submersed: Growing in deeper water entirely below the surface.
Emersed: Growing in shallow water with leaves or stems above the water.
Floating: Growing unattached or rooted with floating leaves.
Algae: Cellular, lower weed form. No distinguishable stem or leaf. Moss or scum.

2. Determine Specific Weed(s)

The previous links picture common aquatic weeds found throughout the country. Place your weed in a clear glass jar with water and compare it to the pictures. Pay careful attention to the leaves.

3. Select Your Product(s)

What Controls What provides a table showing what product controls what weed(s). Read the product information to confirm that the product will meet your needs.

4. Quantity To Order

Estimate the area or volume to be treated. This can be done by pacing the dock or pier and shoreline, measuring from a land survey, or by other means. For help determining your pond or lake front size click here. Or call us at 800-328-9350—a representative will be happy to help you.

5. Place Your Order.

Place your order over the phone or here

6. Send Us Samples

Pull a sample of each weed (be sure to include leaf and stem), rinse with clear water and shake out. Place the sample in a plastic bag with a brief note and your contact information. Send to: Aquacide Company, 1627 9th St., White Bear Lake, MN 55110. Please do not send samples packed in water. They rot, smell and are difficult to identify. Do not fully dry the sample. It may turn to dust and become difficult to identify. Please allow 10 working days for a response. E-mail a close up photograph of your weed to Weeds@KillLakeWeeds.com. Positive weed identification usually cannot be made from verbal descriptions.

  • submersed

    Growing in deeper water entirely below the surface.

  • emersed

    Growing in shallow water with leaves or stems above the water.

  • floating

    Growing unattached or rooted with floating leaves.

  • algae

    Cellular, lower weed form. No distinguishable stem or leaf. Moss or scum.