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Aquatic Herbicides

Aquatic Herbicides
Plant growth in ponds and lakes is a beautiful and essential part of the aquatic ecosystem. But excessive growth or growth in undesirable areas is not healthy for the water or its inhabitants. Aquatic herbicides play a key role in controlling these destructive weeds, allowing for a strong and vigorous aquatic environment.

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  1. Reward Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide

    Starting at: $125.00

    Reward Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide

    As an aquatic herbicide, Reward works quickly as a broad spectrum, non-selective chemical product for submersed weeds. Submersed weeds are usually rooted in the bottom sediment of ponds and lakes. They can grow to different heights; all submersed weeds contribute to nuisance conditions. Reward is recommended for ponds and along lakeshore areas.

    The submersed weeds that Reward Landscape /Aquatic Herbicide is particularly effective are elodea, Eurasian watermill, coontail and duckweed.

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  2. Mystic Lake Blue Dye
    $59.90

    Out of stock

    Transform off color, dirty or pale water in lakes or ponds with Mystic Lake Blue Dye. It turns into a vibrant and healthy blue color.

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  3. AquaNeat Aquatic Herbicide

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    Aqua Neat Aquatic Herbicide

    With Glyphosate - 53.8% (5.4 lbs of glyphosate), Aqua Neat herbicide is specially made for emerged weeds and brush in aquatic site and non-crop locations. It may be used in such locations as rivers, lakes, irrigation ditches, estuaries, waste water treatment facilities, reservoirs and other locations. It may be used in non-flowing, flowing or transient bodies of water. It is known for its superb control of johnsongrass, cattail and willow.

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  4. Clipper Herbicide

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    Clipper Herbicide with a Flumioxazin 51% concentration quickly kills floating, submersed and emergent aquatic listed weeds. These listed weeds include duckweed, watermeal, cabomba, floating algae, pond weed, water lettuce, and more. Clipper works on both surface and subsurface weeds as a contract aquatic herbicide.

    Clipper Herbicide works extremely well against Duckweed, requiring only 12 oz per acre. Many times, one treatment will provide desired results, but heavily infested ponds or lakes may require additional treatments. Regardless of the weed type, the same rate applies.

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