Aquatic vegetation is a critical element of a balanced water system. It helps improve water quality, provide fish and wildlife habitats, stabilize shorelines and litorral zones, and provide oxygen.
But when aquatic vegetation growth becomes excessive or invasive plants are introduced, the impacts can be significant to the entire ecosystem. Overall water quality, the native plant community, fish populations, recreational access and even property values can all be impacted.
Clarke brings a unique philosophy and responsible stewardship to the management of aquatic vegetation and overall water quality. We understand that there is no one solution that works for all water body types. But our goal is always to support a stable, diverse native plant community and allow for the public's use and enjoyment of the water. We do this with science-based analysis and diagnosis, precision application methods, and diligent monitoring.
Looking for more information on the types of aquatic plants that require management? Learn more about native and invasive aquatic plant species.
A Clarke aquatics specialist can help determine what your lake or pond needs. Send us a message or call us at 800.323.5727.
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