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Thread: Getting Rid of Lily Pads in Pond

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    I agree with bioguy. I believe Glyphosate Custom contains a sticker, but it would not hurt to add a sticker for added insurance. Eatmorecrappie - I assume you located some Glyphosate Custom??

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    Yeah Cricket George I found some not happy with it though. I guess I'll just make it stronger and can I put in a food color in the mix to show what I hit and missed? Thanks
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    I agree with bioguy. I believe Glyphosate Custom contains a sticker, but it would not hurt to add a sticker for added insurance. Eatmorecrappie - I assume you located some Glyphosate Custom??
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    You can buy a marker dye for it. If you add extra surfactant make sure you get the right one.
    There is one that has bad side effects on fish.


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    consult with your local DWR or DNR fish biologists about their recommendations. If it is legal, invest in some triploid grass carp. They won't be able to reproduce but they will do a number on your vegetative issue and be a lot less risky for the health of your pond than herbicide will
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric_Rybak View Post
    consult with your local DWR or DNR fish biologists about their recommendations. If it is legal, invest in some triploid grass carp. They won't be able to reproduce but they will do a number on your vegetative issue and be a lot less risky for the health of your pond than herbicide will
    Yeah I bought 40 of them 4 years ago

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    when ever possible going the natural route is best. plus they get huge. ever hook 1 ? you are in for a real fight !
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    Oh yes several times
    Quote Originally Posted by Lowellhturner View Post
    when ever possible going the natural route is best. plus they get huge. ever hook 1 ? you are in for a real fight !
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