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Aquatic grasses can be found growing in damp places or in the
water emerging above the water's surface. Burr-reed, Bottle Brush
Sedges, Bulrushes, Giant Cutgrass, Giant Foxtail, Maidencane,
Paragrass, and Sawgrass are just a few for the aquatic grass
species serving vital roles for a healthy aquatic ecosystem.
Aquatic grasses provide habitat and food to all manner of
amphibians, fish and wildlife while stabilizing shorelines and
In most cases, members of the
grass family do not create any problem other than blocking the view
for owners of lakes and ponds. Dense growth may hinder recreational
activity. Selective control should be used in areas where problems
Leaves are long and slender, usually ten times as long as wide.
Veins within the leaves run parallel to each other.
Long, tall stems without leaves, or
triangular stems that may have either long leaves.
A. Spot treat as
needed to maintain navigation channels and swimming areas.
A. Once water
temperatures are around sixty degrees or warmer.
A. Two to three
treatments may be needed throughout the growing season.
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