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Cattail Rake

    …After you have treated and killed the problem plants then you should pull the dead debris from the pond using a weed cutter and rake. The Weed Cutter and Razer Rake are perfect tools for the job. Removing dead vegetation will prevent all that decaying matter from becoming fertilizer for future…
    …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…
    …and killing the cattail rhizome (root) resulting in a quick return of the weed. Do not leave dead cattails or any other dead vegetation in your pond to decompose. This decomposition turns into nutrient-rich pond muck that fuels new weed growth. Tools like the Weed Cutter and Razer Rake exist to make…
    …Their Diet: A muskrat eats aquatic vegetation like cattails sedges rushes water lilies and pond weeds. In some areas it may also eat clams mussels snails crayfish small fish and frogs. Keeping your pond clear of excess vegetation such as cattails grasses rushes etc will disrupt a muskrat's diet. The…
    …the best option to regain control. Some pond weeds like duckweed 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.…
    …water in clusters turn the water green and is often treated by a liquid algaecide. Chara is algae that looks like a submerged weed but is easy to rake out and has a musky odor with a crunchy texture when handled. * Submerged: Submerged plants require water to stand and have a strong root system that…
    …with particularly on a 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…
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