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Cattail Removal Chemical

    …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…
    …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 into their system. For more information of which chemical is best to treat…
    …hand spread and boat if necessary. Chemical Application Best Practices Anytime you use chemicals to treat weeds or algae you want to keep the following in mind: * The best time to apply chemicals is in the morning on a sunny low wind day to reduce possible chemical drift and take advantage of the…
    …Rooted plants like cattails grow along the shoreline and stand above the surface or in shallow areas. Emergent plants may have some of their root system (up to 6-8 inches) in water however all the leaves will be above water due to the stiff or firm steam. Sample and Compare Remove a sample of the…
    …clippings and leaves naturally contribute to the accumulation of muck. It is always a good idea to prevent organics from entering the pond and to remove as much as possible. Over time with layers of leaves and other debris building up the sludge can build to be inches or more thick. What is Muck's…
    …can make it easier. Removing weeds and algae from your pond is an important part of keeping your pond healthy. Here are some gadgets that are handy to have in your pond toolbox. Sprayer A sprayer is an easy way to apply liquid treatments. Some treatments such as contact chemicals are only effective…