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  • Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake

    4.9

    (26 Reviews)

    …roots that lie beneath the surface of your lake or pond bottom. Allow the rake head to sink to the bottom. Use a back and forth motion with the rake handle and stir up the bottom. The long teeth will dig into the bottom and dislodge the root systems of most leafy submerged aquatic vegetation.
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    $129.99
  • Jenlis Weed Raker Pond & Lake Rake

    4.5

    (49 Reviews)

    …at removing submerged lake & pond weeds pulling out the roots of aquatic weeds slowing their re-growth and removing surface debris. Get to the root of your lake or pond weed problem with the lowest widest aquatic weed rake in the industry. The Weed Raker can be of great assistance when you also…
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    $149.99
  • …pull it back. Pond Rakes After cutting the weeds a rake will make removing the weeds a cinch. A pond rake pulls gathers and removes dead debris from the surface or the bottom of a pond. The Razer Rake is 36 inches wide and can be used as a floating rake or a subsurface rake. Simply attach the float…
    …as disrupting or removing their habitat. There are many tools available to aid in your quest for a weed-free pond that range from aquatic algaecides and herbicides to rakes and cutters. Create a subtle wake by running an aeration system to annoy the muskrats and when possible fill in or collapse any…
    …on a variety of greens and protein including roots stems and buds as well as frogs snails and fish. Besides eating cattails and other marginal aquatic plants muskrats also use their honed teeth to cut down the plants and use them as building materials for their dome-shaped lodges located on stream…
    Pond cattails and other emergent aquatic plants can add natural beauty to any pond or shoreline but if left unchecked for too long they can overtake these areas and create a maintenance nightmare. A consistent program is the most efficient way to combat the excessive spread of unwanted weeds.…
    …weed maintenance so you're not creating a hospitable habitat for them. We recommend the following methods:* Pull Out the Debris: First use a pond rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae decomposing plants and muck.* Add Beneficial Bacteria: Next add some beneficial bacteria like those found…
    …to the surface or even turn the water green. Before treating it is important to understand the varieties of algae and where they live in an aquatic ecosystem. The three most common types of algae found in large ponds or lakes are: * Planktonic Algae: Floating microscopic plants that are suspended…
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