- Ponds benefit from natural growth which can also provide food for
livestock in the water, but too much plant growth can also be
detrimental to the ecology of a pond. When choosing an herbicide for
weed control there are several choices. Liquid and granular herbicides
can be used for spot eradication of unwanted or unruly weeds and those
that are concentrated may mean fewer applications over the course of a
season. They can also be used for submerged and floating plants.
Application will depend on the target weeds and their location as well
as the depth of the water in which the weeds are growing.
Pond Dye - Cloudy water in a pond is rarely a welcome sight and it can take time to investigate and find the reason and even more time to eliminate the problem. Pond dye can be an attractive alternative to living with unsightly water until you get it corrected. The dye not only changes the color of the pond water it can also help with weed control efforts. The dyes serve to filter UV light from the sun stunting weed growth. Dyes are made with food-grade ingredients making them safe for fish, plant life and for swimming.
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