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Leech Removal

    …in the mud.How to Remove a Leech If a leech latches onto you don't worry. In most cases it won't do any harm. In fact you might not even feel it since leeches inject an anesthetic-anticoagulant combination while attaching themselves with suckers. You can remove a leech by breaking its suction…
    …pond and lake muck removal. Pond muck also known as pond sludge is made up of fish waste decaying plants and other organic materials that accumulate at the bottom of your pond. Over time pond muck can accumulate to be several inches thick and can become a great home for leeches. You can learn more…
    …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…
    …nesting area for muskrats leeches snakes and other pests. Many types of weeds and algae can spread by seeds or spores if the plant is shaken or if plant fragments are left floating in the water. Killing the vegetation using herbicides and algaecides before attempting to remove them will help prevent…
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