Restore Native Ecosystems by Controlling Aquatic Weeds
Weeds and other vegetation growing in aquatic areas can form dense growth that present navigation hazards. They also can divert water flows, causing erosion and flooding. Some can spread until they become the dominant species, and the longer they’re ignored the more difficult and expensive they are to eradicate.
Undesirable weed and brush species can spread quickly in riparian areas and often develop into monoculture stands. Dense thickets crowd out native vegetation along banks, reduce suitable wildlife habitat and decrease the water available for native plants and animals. Dow AgroSciences has the tools necessary to help manage aquatic weeds. With a history of environmental stewardship, Dow AgroSciences has the expertise to prescribe the right aquatic herbicides for the job.