There are many varieties of lake weeds. See below to find out which weed you're dealing with, and which Aquacide product can help!
Leaves are slightly heart-shaped at the base, coming to a point at the leaf tip. Leaves are small and more numerous near the tip.
Leaves are long, narrow and tapered at each end. Branched veins are evident. Edges are smooth.
Leaves are lance-shaped with smooth edges. Veins in the leaves are evident. Stems and leaves are hairy.
Leaves are oblong and smooth on the edges. Stems are distinctly jointed.
Leaves may or may not be present. If present, they appear as a continuation of the stem.
Floating leaves are circular with stems attached to the center of the leaf underside.
Leaves are heart-shaped at the base, shiny and smooth. Some leaves float but most stand above the water.
Leaves are tall and flat. Stems are tall, round and unbranched.
Leaves are round with low rounded lobes attached at the center to a stem. About the size of a half dollar.
Leaves are heart-shaped at the base. Veins are very fine and numerous.
Submersed leaves are thread-like and far apart on the stem.
Leaves are long and flat with parallel veins. Stems are tall and round with alternately arranged leaves.