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Elodea Control: Recognizing and Treating the Aquatic Plant Elodea

September 30, 2013

Also known as American or Canadian Waterweed or Pondweed, Elodea is a popular aquarium plant native to North America.  Elodea’s dark green oval-shaped leaves More...

Phragmites Removal Will Diversify Your Shoreline and the Ecosystem

August 15, 2013

There has been considerable debate about whether Phragmites are native to North America or if they should be considered an invasive species.  Until recently they were thought to be a non-native invasive species.  Regardless of their classification, experts agree that the dense mats these emergent plants form provide little to no value to wildlife and can reduce an area’s diversity of both plants and wildlife species if they become dominant.  Their conclusion is that Phragmites removal is recommended to ensure an area’s diversity of native plant and wildlife. More...

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How to Get Rid of Cattails in a Pond or Lake

August 9, 2013

 

You may have noticed that toward the end of the summer the cattails you’ve been ignoring are reaching maturity and taking over your lake or pond.  Perhaps your attempt to cut them back earlier in the year has backfired and now you’ve actually got more of them than if you had just left them alone.  Either way, we at Lake Restoration are here to tell you how to get rid of cattails in your pond or lake. More...

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Killing Floating Pond Weeds; A Step Towards A Healthy Pond

August 7, 2013

Improving the health of your pond or lake can often be a multi-step process.  If your goal is killing floating pond weeds you might have to look a little deeper into your pond’s overall health.  Simply removing weeds like duckweed, watermeal, water hyacinth or water lettuce is just one part of the process. More...

Algal Blooms in Lakes and How to Control Them

July 25, 2013

 

During the dog-days of summer, conditions are just right to cause blue-green algae to grow very quickly, resulting in algal blooms in lakes.  These blooms can create a noxious smell, discolored water and can even sometimes kill fish, which die when unable to get enough oxygen from the algae-dominated water.  Combine this in some cases with an abundance of phosphorus from agricultural runoff, sewage treatment plants, lawn fertilizer, water treatment plants, and septic systems, and more algal blooms can occur in lakes and ponds. More...

Lake and Pond Weed Removal Tools:  An Overview

May 9, 2013

With summer arriving let Lake Restoration help you keep your lake healthy and beautiful with our pond and lake weed removal tools,  We’ll help find the best option for you. More...

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How to Prevent Swimmer’s Itch in Your Pond or Lake

November 12, 2011

When it comes to summer nuisances, Swimmer’s Itch easily trumps mosquito bites. Reddened spots, called papules, can itch intensely for up to a week, even with treatment. That could easily ruin a weekend, or even an entire vacation. Once you’ve had a case, you certainly won’t want to get it again! So what is the best way to prevent Swimmer’s Itch?

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