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Lakes & Wetlands Management

Gulf Coast aquatic weed control, lake weed control, pond weed killer, pond weeds, lake weeds, aquatic weeds, pond weeds, aeration system, pond fountain  Gulf Coast aquatic weed control, lake weed control, pond weed killer, pond weeds, lake weeds, aquatic weeds, pond weeds, aeration system, pond fountain

Lake Management –

Orlando Lakes and Wetlands ’ aquatic technicians have over 50 years of combined lake maintenance experience and work diligently as a team to provide you with high quality lake management services.  Orlando Lakes and Wetlands is available to help you five days a week, and more often in emergencies, allowing you to choose the appropriate level of service necessary for your community.  The lake management services that we offer include:

  1. Lake Assessment
  2. Border grass & Bank weed Control
  3. Algae Control
  4. Submersed Weed Control
  5. Litter Pick up
  6. Water Analyses
  7. Fish Stocking
  8. Permit Procurement
  9. Fish Habitat & Barrier Installation
  10. Fountain & Aerator Installation
  11. Bank Stabilization

 

Orlando Lakes and Wetlands tries to employ natural and environmentally friendly methods of weed control during our lake management services.  As such, we are a proactive rather than a reactive company.  Our goal is to help retain homeostasis in your waterway so that it stays beautiful and healthy and so ecologically and financially expensive restoration projects are prevented.

Our preferred methods of aquatic plant management include:

Control Methods:

Enzymatic:
Natural enzymes that work in conjunction with bacteria and aeration to reduce sludge, improve water clarity, and impede algae growth.

Chemical:
EPA Approved Aquatic Herbicides: Copper Sulfate, Endothall, Diquat, Fluridone, Glyphosate, 2,4-D, Imazapyr, Tricopyr,
Biological:
Fish: Triploid Grass Carp, Tilapia
Note – A permit is necessary to stock grass carp in Florida.  Additionally, fish barriers may need to be created and installed as part of said permitting process.

Mechanical:
Manual & Harvesting


 

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