Cattail Control Guidelines

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Cattail overgrowth is a common concern for people who have ponds. Besides being exceptionally invasive, cattails can be challenging to remove once they get established. These plants can quickly spread by their root systems and seeds. Thus, in only a few years, they can easily take over shallow bodies of water such as ponds. The main primary control methods are chemical management and manual control. If you own a man-made or natural pond, here are some guidelines for getting rid … Read More

Pond Management Guidelines for North Carolina

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Pond Management Guidelines Having a pond is an excellent way to enhance a property. What’s more, plant life and fish can be added to enhance the beauty of your pond. But if you own a pond, it’s critical you keep the water clear and clean so that it remains healthy. Here are some basic guidelines regarding pond management. Plant Control Algae is a pond owner’s biggest concern. Filamentous algae is particularly troublesome, along with duckweed and other floating weeds. To … Read More