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 large, round and slit to the center. Underside of the leaf is often purplish. Stem is below the surface. Roots are thick and fleshy, most often buried in mud.
Leaves are oval in shape with smooth edges, usually with a rustcolored underside. Stem is attached to the middle of the leaf.
Leaves are both floating and submersed. Oblong and narrow near the stem. Leaves are oppositely attached to the stem, most often in pairs.
Leaves are the size of a pencil eraser. May be observed individually or in clusters upon close observation. Small root hairs may be seen hanging down from the underside of the leaf.