Springtime doesn’t just mean weeds in your lawn: it can mean weeds in your water too. Anyone who has lived near a pond knows what it’s like to look out and seeing a flat stretch of green where there used to be water. Whether it’s duckweed or algae or any other issue, aquatic weed control can be a real concern for landscape maintenance.
Is it Really a Problem?
The first thing to ask yourself is whether it’s really a problem. Getting rid of your aquatic weeds can be an expensive and time-consuming process. It will very likely look worse before it looks better, and it might not be the best thing for your pond. Not all aquatic weeds are bad; it’s worth consulting an expert or doing your own water quality test to check the health of your pond before you make a decision on that front. If, however, your … Read More