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Weeds Around Ponds

  • Airmax® WipeOut™ (formerly Pond Logic®)


    (45 reviews)

    …controls targeted pond weeds slowly by starving them of nutrients without a rapid oxygen depletion or a fish kill. 7.7 ounces of WipeOut herbicide for ponds treat 1/4 acres 4 feet deep. Long-Term Pond Weed Control Airmax WipeOut will control even the most persistent pond weeds all season long.…
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    $89.99 - 1599.99
  • …geese around your pond. Many pond owners dislike geese because they add nutrients to the pond and unsightly mess along the shoreline.Identification The most common geese that pond owners face are Canadian Geese. These waterfowl inhabit just about any type of water body from lakes rivers and ponds to…
  • Jenlis Weed Raker™ Replacement Rope Crimp

    Replacement rope crimp for the Jenlis Weed Raker. This simple Rope Crimp secures a loop at the end of the rope. Great for wrapping the rope around your wrist to gain more control of the Weed Raker as you toss it from the shoreline to gather pondweeds.
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  • …your skating area  A 50-foot by 100-foot rink is plenty of space to start 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…
  • Navigate® Granular Aquatic Herbicide


    (10 reviews)

    …for spot treating weeds around docks beach areas and shorelines. Navigate herbicide kills the roots of many plants such as Water Milfoil Coontail and Water Lilies. This aquatic weed control works on both submerged and floating aquatic weeds. Visible effects of dying weeds may take up to 10 days…
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  • …what we recommend: *  Remove the habitat: Because mosquitoes prefer to lay their eggs in stagnant water cut down dead debris around the edge of the pond with your  Weed Cutters and Rakes as these calm secluded areas are perfect for developing wigglers and tumblers. Also drain containers with…
    …savings to use your terrestrial weed herbicides to treat weeds in your pond or lake. But when it comes to managing nuisance growth in and around your pond not all chemicals are created equally. Though broad-spectrum-use herbicides work great on grassy terrestrial weeds they're not approved for use…
    …cool addition to your pond. It is fun to watch the muskrats swim around and sunbathe and snapping turtles can be amazing to look at if you can spot a large one moving around the shallow areas. These animals can also curb weed growth and balance fish populations in the pond. However if you have a…
  • Power House Muck Mover & Ice Eater


    (6 reviews)

    * Great for Moving Muck & Debris * Prevents Ice Formation Around Docks * Used in Freshwater and Saltwater Keep fishing docks and boats clear from ice in the winter and free from muck and debris in the summer with the Power House Water Circulating Muck Mover and Ice Eater. This water circulator…
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    $539.50 - 985.00
  • Power House Ice Eater Dock Mounts


    (1 reviews)

    …or horizontally plus 3 positions in between in 20° angle increments. Ideal use for winter deicing summer weed control creating fish-attracting currents or removing oil spills around your dock or boat. Stainless steel fasteners steel mounting base bail and a pipe holder is included for maximum…
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  • MossBack Fish Habitat™Dock Pro Kits

    pond habitats as well as the best fish attractor structures for ponds lakes and reservoirs. Free Fish Habitat Layout Not sure which habitat structure is right for your pond? Let us help you achieve any pond or lake habitat goals with artificial fish habitats. The presence of habitat in your pond is…
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    $337.99 - 469.99
  • …debris as possible with the Pond & Beach Rake. That will prevent the decaying matter from becoming muck and fertilizer for future algae blooms. Proactive Approach The best way to fight algae and weed growth is to be proactive about pond management. With the use of pond dyes to shade the water…