Management of Aquatic Plants
Overabundant aquatic plant and algae growth can ruin the aesthetic appeal of a pond and cause damage to the pond environment. While these plants and algae can grow abundantly and interfere with various pond uses, they also provide many benefits to the pond if their growth is limited. This publication will help pond and lake owners understand the benefits of aquatic plants, how to identify them, what causes them to grow, and various strategies to control unwanted plant and algae growth.
The importance and benefits of aquatic plants and algae; the role of aquatic plants in natural pond ecology; important pond measures and features related to aquatic plants; types of aquatic plants and algae; invasive aquatic plants; aquatic plant growth prevention and control
Bryan Swistock, Susan Boser