6000 Using Chemicals in Pond Management | UGA Cooperative Extension

Chemicals are applied to ponds and lakes to control aquatic weeds, to eliminate undesirable fish, to control undesirable insects and aquatic vertebrates, and to correct undesirable water quality problems. Pond owners are often confused by terminology, units of measure, and formulations. This publication explains how to safely and effectively use chemicals for pond management.


Status and Revision History
In Review on Feb 03, 2009
Published on May 07, 2009
Published with Full Review on May 02, 2012
Published with Major Revisions on Apr 17, 2017

Faculty
Gary J. Burtle Associate Professor, Animal & Dairy Science James L. Shelton Jr. Associate Professor, Forest Resources
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