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Submerged portions of all aquatic
plants provide habitats for many micro and macro invertebrates.
Baby pondweed grows in mixed stands of
aquatic plants that may cause water use/access problems.
Baby pondweed is a perennial plant that arises from thickly
matted rhizomes and has no floating leaves. The stems are thin,
long and highly branching with leaves very thin and filament-like,
about 1/16 of an inch wide and 2 to over 12 inches long tapering to
a point. The leaves grow in thick layers and originate from a
sheath. The fruit is nut-like 1/8 to 1/4 inches long and 1/10 to
1/8 inches wide.
A. Herbicide Application:
Hydrothol 191 Granular or Aquathol Super K granular are very good
A. Once water temperatures are around sixty
degrees or warmer and the plants are viable.
A. Generally, there is little regrowth within
the same season. Note that some aquatic species like the Naiad
family grow later in the season that may require a mid to later
season treatment to achieve season long clear water.
A. Generally within two weeks things will be
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