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#548309 05/22/22 03:28 PM
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I am fairly new to the Pond care arena. We are overrought with Bladderwort. Is there something that kills the bladderwort that does not harm good veggitation and fish.

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I don't know of any pond herbicide that will only control bladderwort and not other beneficial pond plants. Triploid Grass Carp will eat it, but they will also eat other plants. You can weed razor/rake it out, but it's very labor intensive.


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Can be beautiful stuff!

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Is the pic a natural setting or man made?

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We dug the wetland, but the bladderwort arrived on its own. We get a nice bloom every few years. Planted the weeping willow as a twig. This was former pasture land. Part of our habitat restoration work.

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Criminal that the local bureaucrats wouldn't let you do more. Sometimes it's more about flexing power muscle than actual good for the environment.

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