Weeds. For many a year it has been something of a curse or swear word for avid gardeners. Weed. In recent years, it has, in actual fact, turned out to be something delightful for a select but growing group of people. You can light your pipe and ponder upon the pleasantries if you so choose. Not always given much thought of perhaps, is the matter of aquatic weeds, and like a majority of the land-based weeds, these need to be removed as well.
Now, you all thought that removing weeds from your garden or your public spaces was just so difficult, just imagine how difficult it must be when you sink yourself into the waters and try and remove aquatic weeds. The work is challenging to be sure, but not as difficult as it turns out. The horticultural equivalent of the rivers, lakes and dams have installed an aquatic weed control system that helps them to remove the unwanted weeds and algae easily enough.
For this seedy operation, however, they do need the right tools. These are portable and sustainable devices that are allowed to hover the water without causing any damage to existing marine life, both flora and fauna, that must remain intact. And like regular weeding work on land, this aquatic project is one for the books. In order for the work to be effective and rivers, lakes and dams to remain clean, pristine and free of pollution, aquatic weed control work needs to be ongoing.
But what would you know. They say there are some weeds which must remain behind. Horticultural experts, botanists and the like are in one mind about the weeds that need to preserved. These are the weeds that the bee must dine on would you believe.