Mosquito Prevention Tips

Mick RibaultBlog, Pond Management

Photograph of a dragonfly which is a natural mosquito prevention.

Mosquito prevention is key to an enjoyable and healthy time outdoors. Jared Beard- Wilmington, NC/Myrtle Beach, SC Client Service Manager Tired of mosquitoes ruining your outdoor fun? Worried about keeping your two-legged and four-legged loved ones safe from mosquito transmitted diseases? Mosquitoes carry a variety of diseases that are a danger to humans and pets. Many warmer areas of the country can see mosquitoes from early Spring to late Fall. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help protect … Read More

Pond Algae Safety: Summer

Mick RibaultInvasive & Nuisance Vegetation Control, Pond Management

Photograph of pond with cyanobacteria present.

Pond algae safety is especially important in the summer when the risk for harmful algal blooms increases and people are spending more time outdoors. Cory Rogers- Charleston Client Service Manager, Certified Master Pond Manager Warm summer temperatures bring increased risk of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in lakes and ponds. This can be especially true for stormwater systems. Cyanobacteria can cause algal blooms that produce harmful toxins. These toxins can be harmful to the environment, wildlife, and to people and pets … Read More