Nobody likes swimming in slime, muck and weeds. We are constantly asked about the best methods to clean up around swim areas and docks.
Phragmites is a threat that requires control to maintain healthy native communities around ponds, along lakeshores, and in wetland areas.
Being aware of your surroundings can help you avoid trouble. Being aware of what is going on around your pond or lake is no different.
A hot summer has brought a number of questions from our customers about “toxic algae blooms” on ponds and what to do about them.
As with the beginning of any new season, there are a few steps you should take now to ensure that your pond gets off to a good start.
With an early(ish) spring this year, we are getting quite a few inquiries about early-season algae issues.
Winter presents a key opportunity for controlling both Cattails and Phragmites around the margins of your pond.
It is time for back to school, Friday night football, and controlling the cattails and phragmites around the margins of your pond or lake.
Some vegetation is a good thing in a fish pond. The challenge comes when vegetation interferes with your enjoyment of the pond.