Michigan Aquatic Weed Control and Pond Management

August 30, 2012

Lake Michigan has been subject to invasions of aquatic weeds species since the settlement of the region by Europeans. Since the 1800s, at least 140 non-indigenous aquatic organisms have been introduced to the Great Lakes ecosystem. Aquatic weeds come in the form of flora and fauna, and here we focus on the six most widespread pond weeds in Michigan that have led to efforts to engage in ongoing pond weed control and management. More...

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Pond Colorant: More Than Just Water Color Dye

August 15, 2012

Due to uncontrollable geographic properties, a pond’s water may become dull, cloudy, or a dirty brown. A great way to reconcile this and enhance the beauty of your pond is to use a special pond colorant designed specifically for ponds. Not only do the colorant dyes change the color your pond, but many dyes such as Aquashade also have UV filtering properties which lead to lessened weed growth. More...

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