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Cattail Cutting

  • The Pond Guy® 28” Weed Cutter

    3.8

    (42 reviews)

    …comes with a two-piece rustproof powder-coated 11' long aluminum handle. Use this aquatic weed removal tool to cut floating aquatic vegetation weeds along the edges of the pond or cattails and phragmites that extend further past the ponds edge. Mix & Match! Save 10% on weed removal tools when…
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    $119.99
  • …their removal. The Weed Cutter's double-sided blade is 28 inches wide so you can saw through large areas of emergent and marginal weeds such as cattails. The rustproof powder-coated aluminum handle is 11 feet long so you can reach those pesky submerged weeds too. The Weed Razer is a razor-sharp tool…
    …run.Removing Dead Cattails Wait until treated cattails are brown and wilted to remove them. Cutting them down too early will prevent the chemical treatment from fully reaching and killing the cattail rhizome (root) resulting in a quick return of the weed. Do not leave dead cattails or any other dead…
    …system. For plants with clumping roots like corkscrew rush separate the roots into sections with some roots intact in each section. Dwarf cattails have runners so cut the runner and leave the root base with each section of the plant. For rhizome plants like irises simply divide them into sections. *…
    …and watermeal are almost impossible to skim and rake out of the pond because they are so tiny. Other weeds like cattails and bulrush can still be problematic after cutting because they will regrow from seeds and remaining rhizomes. Both algaecides (used to treat forms of algae) and herbicides…
  • Jenlis Weed Razer™ Aquatic Weed Cutter

    4.7

    (74 reviews)

    …and effective pond tool made to cut or shear almost any type of rooted aquatic vegetation; such as Watermilfoil lily pads pond weed and even cattails. The razor sharp blades of the Weed Razer™ can easily shear through submerged weeds as well as cattails. Remove weeds in a simple 4-step…
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    $149.99
  • …may grow to the surface and spread. * Floating: Generally found in shallower water floating plants can spread and completely cover the surface cutting off light and oxygen to the fish below. They can be divided in two groups: free floating and rooted. A free-floating plant have roots underneath…
    …works by being absorbed into the growth system of emergent shoreline weeds like cattails via their leaves and kills them down to the roots. Similar to contact chemicals it is best to treat first as cutting the plants down stops the absorption process and prevents the chemical from getting…
    …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 or pond…
    …smaller pond. The area can be expanded as needed. * Step 2: Remove debris Use a  weed cutter and rake to remove dead or floating debris such as cattails and phragmites. If those are on the water's surface or along the lake's edges as the ice forms you could wind up with bumpy or weak ice. * Step…