Help with Aquatic Weed Control from the Professionals

The aquatic environment of any body of water needs to be well balanced in terms of plant growth. Like most plants and fauna, the growth of aquatic weeds and algae are a detrimental species that can damage the ecosystem if it goes unchecked. The Lake Doctors, Inc. is highly experienced in dealing with aquatic weed control. Our tips and advice will help you better monitor your closed body of water.

Learning what types of plants grow in your local ponds and lakes will give you the cue to act. Too many aquatic weeds can disrupt water traffic such as boating routes and harm the fish and other wildlife that depend on a stable marine environment.

Some of the types of aquatic weeds to watch out for are the submersed kind:

  • Hydrilla
  • Coontail
  • Curly Leaf Pondweed
  • Slender Pondweed
  • Naiad/Southern Naiad
  • Egeria/Brazilian Egeria
  • Elodia
  • Fanwort/Cabomba
  • Eurasian Water Milfoil

Floating Plants:

  • Duckweed
  • Watermeal
  • Salvinia/Water Fern
  • Azolla/Mosquito Fern
  • Variable Leaf Pond Weed
  • Long Lead American Pondweed
  • Frog’s Bit
  • Water Lettuce
  • Floating Water Hyacinth
  • Watershield
  • Spatterdock
  • Fragrant Water Lily
  • Floating Hearts

There are also emergent plants and algae that you need to be careful with. Take the time to recognize the bad algae and aquatic weeds growing around the edges and submerged beneath the surface. Our company has the team and the equipment to help you get the job done. We are highly experienced in dealing with different sized ponds and lakes so that you can rely on us for the best solutions for aquatic weed control.