Aug 5, 2020
DK Environmental, the leading aquatic weed removal service has launched cattail removal and management services for Layfette, California. Lake and Pond managers may call for a consultation.
Lafayette, United States - August 6, 2020 /PressCable/ —
DK Environmental, the leading aquatic weed removal company has launched cattail removal and management services in Lafayette, California. The company has over 35 years of experience in the removal of cattails from lakes and ponds.
For more information see http://dkenvironmental.com
This Northern Californian company specializes in the environmentally safe removal of aquatic weeds and overgrowth on lakes and ponds. By using state of the art amphibious excavators with mowers they effectively manage ponds and lakes throughout the Northern California region.
Areas of service include Northern California’s largest metropolitan area, the San Francisco Bay Area. This area contains 9 counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma counties. DK Environmental also services San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, and their many suburbs.
The focus on cattail removal and management services from Northern California’s lakes and ponds emphasizes careful strategic management and not total chemical obliteration. Cattails can be very beneficial for a Lafayette lake or pond but too many can choke the life out a body of water. If cattails are left unchecked they can become a serious problem.
Cattails are native wetland plants that have a distinctive look and unique flowering spikes with long leaves. They can commonly be found in marshes, lakes, and ponds, and have their own beauty on the water. Cattails in a pond or lake provide important wildlife habitat, a shelter for birds, and cover for fish. They can also remove pollutants and toxins from the water around them.
DK Environmental emphasizes their work is to monitor the spread of cattails, and be ready with a plan of action before they take over the surface of a pond. If they are left to grow out of control, they can choke out the native plant life, and restrict access to the water.
Sometimes if cattails are young DK Environmental will recommend that a lake or pond owner or manager simply pull the rhizomes up by hand with a shovel. Another simple strategy one can implement is shared by a company spokesman, “If the cattails are standing in shallow water, new green growth can be cut off as soon as it appears above the water. Regular cutting will prevent the plants from maturing and will starve the root system, eventually killing them.”
Whatever the situation DK Environmental suggests that lake and pond managers contact them today for a complimentary consultation to develop a plan should the cattails need professional elimination.
During the launch of cattail removal and management services in Lafayette, California the company is available for both live and phone consultations during regular business hours.
For further information see the above URL.
Release ID: 88971510
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