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.
I often get the question, “How long will a LakeMat (or MuckMat) last?” I usually answer, “We guarantee them for three years, but they’ll likely outlive us.” That’s a very conservative answer, so today I’m going whole hog and give you the low down.
LakeMat Pro and MuckMat Pro, are often called lake weed control mats. We solve your issues with lake muck and weeds – better than anything you’ve ever tried – we guarantee it! But you may to look at the drawbacks of herbicides and raking weeds.
You may have noticed, chemicals used to treat lakes aren’t as effective as they once were. Wonder why? Two reasons. Some chemicals in aquatic herbicides were so toxic they were banned — 64 of them — so far.
LakeMat Pro and MuckMat Pro, are often called lake weed control mats. We solve your issues with lake muck and weeds, better than anything you’ve ever tried, we guarantee it. And you may also want to look at the drawbacks of herbicides and raking weeds.
We recommend using a 12’ x 14’ LakeMat Pro in deep water. If you’re not comfortable working in deep water, (it’s not for everyone) think hard about hiring professional divers to install your LakeMat Pro in deep water. It will be easy enough for a diver and well worth the money.
If you’re like me, you love everything about your place on the water — swimming, fishing, boating, the beautiful view — relaxing with family and friends. But, for many of us, there’s a problem when we step in the water… nasty lake weeds and the yucky, mucky lake bottom.