I’ve been called the Weed Doctor and no, it’s not for the reason you think, it has nothing to do with marijuana. It’s because I’ve been studying lake weeds for a long time. In the distant past I searched for ways of conquering them, beating them into submission. As I learned more about the ecosystems of lakes I began searching for ways to manage them.
If you have lake weed questions, email me, the Weed Doctor, on our Contact Us Form.
LakeMat is the proud creator, innovator, and supplier of LakeMats, MuckMats, and more for your lakefront! Do you have a problem with the muck and weeds on your lake bottom? Are you sick of raking weeds and spraying herbicides?
When my parents bought our lake lot in 1966, we cleared the land, put up a cottage and it was great…except for the lake weeds, or “seaweed” as we kids called it. This is the story on why I invented LakeMat!
Bodies of water, like all living things, go through an aging process. In lakes, it’s called “Eutrophication.” Lakes age at different rates, some taking only a few hundred years, others taking thousands of years to grow old.