Aquatic vegetation has the best growth rates when water temperatures are above 60 degrees, so depending on your geographic location, start assessing your pond before temperatures reach this point.
Control Aquatic Vegetation Before it Becomes a Problem
Timing is essential to ensure you're getting the best effects of your pond management efforts. If you start too early or wait until the plants begin to go dormant, you are wasting your investments, whether time or money. On the other hand, if you don't start management until after the vegetation has become a significant issue, it will take an even greater effort to regain control. Nuisance aquatic vegetation is one of the most common issues among pond and lake owners. If left unchecked, it can not only limit the fishable area of your pond but also increase sedimentation rates and potentially cause a fish kill.
Nip Aquatic Vegetation Issues in the Bud
Reduce Clarity to Reduce Vegetation
See y'all down at the pond!