We are passionate about ensuring our customers are able to enjoy their pond or lake shore to the fullest. To accomplish this they need to be able to identify any unsightly aquatic weeds.
Rogers, MN (PRWEB) May 06, 2015
Lake Restoration Inc., a pond and lake weed control company located in Rogers, MN, today announced that it has launched a new aquatic plant id site to better identify aquatic weeds. The aquatic plant key will help remove the frustration of identifying and managing aquatic vegetation.
Once a category is determined, one can further identify the type of plant that is inhabiting a pond or lake. A series of questions will be asked about plant characteristics and then pictures will be shown to correctly identify the aquatic plant. Each plant is accompanied with a photo, scientific name, and a description.
“We are extremely excited about our new Aquatic Plant Id website,” says Mary Jo Furman, Product Sales Manager of Lake Restoration. “We are passionate about ensuring our customers are able to enjoy their pond or lake shore to the fullest. To accomplish this they need to be able to identify any unsightly aquatic weeds. Once weeds are identified, our weed control products will help eliminate and enhance their pond or lake views, all of this greatly improves their recreational use.”
Rely on the expertise of Lake Restoration for aquatic plant control. If you would like more information about aquatic plants or identifying aquatic vegetation, please visit AquaticPlantId.com or contact Lake Restoration at LRMail(at)LakeRestoration(dot)com.
About Lake Restoration
Lake Restoration, located in Rogers, MN, has been restoring the beauty of lakes and ponds since 1977. Every year thousands of satisfied customers use Lake Restoration products to keep their ponds, lakes and other water features in pristine condition. Lake Restoration offers a complete line of exclusive, simple, do-it-yourself solutions to treat a variety of pond weed maladies. To learn more about controlling pond and lake weeds and products and services to accomplish this, visit LakeRestoration.com.