Chemical method for aquatic weed weed control
Weed water or water plants as you refer they can add beauty to ponds or lakes until their growth is out of control. They form the basis of health and water productivity, but once this plant grows excessively, they cause interference with swimmers and marine life, especially fish that can be strangled by very thick weed beds. In fact, this might look like other ordinary plants, but this weeds have a detrimental effect on decorative ponds and the front of the lake.
Usually water weeds tend to grow during spring and summer, i.e. When the water temperature jumps above 6 ° C (43 ° F). During this period, they grew rapidly and took over the garden pool. Now we will take you through a few simple steps to control this recurring weed problem, through chemical methods.
Identification Weed: It is very important for you to first identify the type of weeds that create threats in your pool or lake as a different weed for various types of care and chemicals. Precisely, it is very important for you to choose the right type of killer weed and for that you must fully realize the specie. In most cases and for a layman, typical to identify specie weeds,
The shape of the Weed Killer -You can find a variety of weed killers on the market and they come in solid form and liquid. It is important for you to know the consequences of using it. The use of improper weed killers can have various implications on aquatic life, the nearest vegetation and people who swim on the lake.
The application of the Weed Killer -This might be the most important part of killing weeds. First always read the instructions on the back of the label, please note the recommended time not to swim or enter into water and irrigation.
Temperature considerations are also important – usually, the end of spring is the ideal time when the water temperature in the 50s and young and weak plants during this time so that it will require less matter.
In most cases, people try and treat this weeds too hard and apply too many quantities, which can cause harmful effects on flora and fauna that develop in the pond. Therefore it is recommended not to excess herbicides.