The best way to control aquatic plants

Recently, many people are looking for ways to control weeds in the lake. Yes, this is an increasingly frustrating issue. Despite efforts to control them with herbicides, crops, “lake extraction” and various other methods, more water weeds appear to grow each year.
It is surprising that many of the techniques used to control aquatic plants actually exacerbate the problem.
All forms of physical removal, harvesting,  Legit online dispensary shipping worldwide  scraping, picking, blowing, or reaping disturb weeds. In the process, seeds and small plant debris are released into the water. These seeds and fragments sink to the bottom, sprouts, or roots, creating thousands of new weeds. Obviously, this is not a good long-term solution.
Chemical treatment has some drawbacks. Apart from the problem of getting expensive toxic chemicals into the lake, there is a fundamental long-term problem. For each application, some aquatic plants survive. Many of the survivors became “resistant” to the herbicides used.
As a result, the following crops have a higher proportion of “tolerant” plants and require higher concentrations of chemicals to control them. And this process is repeated, making the aquatic plants even more resistant.
The effect is that the application of more herbicides becomes more expensive and less effective over time. At some point (some lakes have already reached this point), the amount of herbicide needed is too toxic to fish and other wildlife.
In recent years, the use of mats (“benthos barriers”) to control more weeds has become a much better solution. A new material that is permeable to gas and water has improved the efficiency of the water weed mat.
Ventical barriers are placed in areas such as beaches and around docks and boat lifts where underwater weeds are least desirable. They prevent sunlight from reaching the plants and provide a barrier to the nutrient-rich bottom of the lake. As a result, existing weeds quickly die and new weeds cannot start growing.
Controlling aquatic plants using benthic barriers has several other benefits. They are lightweight and usually easy to install within minutes. They are very “green” solutions. No chemicals or electricity is used. Perhaps above all, benthic barriers are a very cheap solution.