Proactive aquatic algae and weed control is both effective and environmentally safe. Identification, planning, timing, and application can keep your pond in balance. Through proper aquatic management your pond can look good again.
Excessive nutrient levels seriously degrade and impair the use of water. Overtime ponds accumulate sediment and organic materials such as leaves, grass clippings and animal waste. This accumulation leads to decreased depth, stronger plant growth and aging of your waterbody.
Emergent aquatic plants can add natural beauty to your shoreline, but if left unchecked they can overtake and affect the property value. Proper management is the most efficient way to combat the excessive spread and keep a balanced emergent plant population.
There are many possible sources of harmful bacteria that can contaminate your pond. Determining the water is safe before usage can give you peace of mind. Testing is simple, quick and lets you know the health of your waterbody.
Creating a natural shoreline helps provide a buffer zone and collects excess nutrients before they reach your water. Proper shoreline management is a vital way to protect water quality and establish a wildlife habitat.
Preserve your investment. Aeration adds dissolved oxygen and creates movement to your pond. Increasing circulation, prevents stagnant water and creates a healthier and more balanced ecosystem.
Geese populations continue to grow and so does lawn damage, inevitable messes and filth on your property. Goose feces carry bacteria, parasites and human pathogens that can cause sickness. Any presence of feces in water or on the ground is a very legitimate health concern.
Mosquitoes spend most of their life cycle developing in water. Only as adults do the mosquitoes stop you from fully enjoying your waterbody. Stopping the larvae development will help keep the area mosquito free.