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Utilizing Copper with Biological Products

Utilizing Copper with Biological Products

Optimizing Copper-Based Algaecide Applications with Biological Products Enhance water quality with bacterial solutions alongside copper treatments. By Patrick Goodwin, M.S., CLM ​Copper-based algaecides are commonly used in aquatic management as a low-cost method to...
Midges Love Muck

Midges Love Muck

Midges Love Muck A Win-Win Approach to Solve Multiple Lake Issues By Patrick Goodwin, M.S., CLM Figure 3. Sediment from the pond in Figure 1. It’s a fact: midges love muck. Aquatic midges find their breeding paradise in pond muck, where the soft, mucky sediment...
Lyngbya Treatment with AquaSticker

Lyngbya Treatment with AquaSticker

Lyngbya Treatment with AquaSticker by Deborah Lee Objective Show that AquaSticker added to an algaecide tank mix is more effective on Lyngbya than the algaecide tank mix alone. Summary During the test, AquaSticker alone did not cause any damage to Lyngbya cells or...
Product Photo Contest

Product Photo Contest

Time to get your cameras ready! Its time for our photo contest. Rules:  To participate, simply take a photo featuring Natural Lake products or our company swag and share it on social media using the hashtag #Naturalakeproduct2023. Don’t forget to tag us so we...
Phosphorus Loading

Phosphorus Loading

Understanding Internal Phosphorus Loading from Lake Sediments by Patrick Goodwin, M.S., CLM Internal phosphorus (P) loading from sediments can represent a major driving force behind harmful algal blooms (HABs) within many lake systems. Understanding when, where, and...