Latest News Image

Latest News

Most Recent

  • How To Remove Winter Pond Algae

    Winter Pond Algae? It Happens. Did you know that a short bout of mild temperatures during the winter months can cause a resurgence in algae growth? It’s true. Even a couple days of warmer weather and direct sunlight can turn your quiet pond into a hotbed for aquatic plants and algae. But fear not! We […]

  • Three Weed Razer Cutting Tools

    Which Weed Razer Cutting Tools Should I Use? One of our most frequently asked questions is “Which Weed Razer cutting tools should I use to remove water weeds from my lake or pond?” To help answer that question, we’re breaking it all down for you—the common features, differences and what each tool is designed to […]


Previous Posts

  • Identifying Lake and Pond Weeds

    You’ve recognized you have a water weed problem, but now what? Before you tackle those pesky lake or pond weeds, it’s important to understand what type of vegetation you’re dealing with. Here’s a handy list to help you ID your aquatic weeds. Floating Plants Description: Growing unattached or rooted with floating leaves Example: Water hyacinth, […]

  • Water Weed ID: Submerged Plants, Part 3

    We’re discussing a number of pondweed varieties in the third installment of our “Water Weed ID” series about submerged plants. Here we go! Sago Pondweed (Potamogeton Pectinatus) Leaves on the sago plant are stiff, narrow and thread-like. Stems branched with leaves alternately arranged on the stem. Spreading leaves resemble a fan with an overall bushy […]

  • Water Weed ID: Submerged Plants, Part 2

    Ready to continue identifying submerged plants in part two of our “Water Weed ID” blog series? Let’s jump in: Coontail (Ceratophyllum Demersum) Coontail leaves are whorled around the stem and have a serrated appearance, and spacing between leaf whorls varies. Consequently, weeds may be long and sparse or bushy. Near the end of the stem, […]


Archived Posts


For more information, please email us at or call 877-356-6455