Pond Management

Pond Management Serivces

Protect your pond from nuisance weeds and algae blooms.

Ponds can bring beauty to your landscape, however, in the warm Florida climate they are a delicate aquatic environment and can quickly become taken over by aquatic weeds or algae leading to reduced oxygen levels and even fish kills.

It’s time to regain control of your Florida pond.

If you’ve noticed an increase in algae growth or have a specific weed that is growing rapidly, then it’s essential to regain the natural balance by removing the problematic aquatic species. Our licensed Applicators are readily available to work with you to manage and maintain your waterway problem.

With over 30 years experience in the industry, we have the in depth knowledge of aquatic weed management needed to provide you with immediate results. We use the latest technology available on the market today and apply only EPA registered chemicals. Our innovative chemical mixes are the reason we’re Florida’s leader in vegetation management. It’s simple: AAM programs work.

What can you expect from AAM?

Immediate Results: Innovative spray management techniques with outstanding success rates.

Custom Maintenance Programs: Bi-weekly, monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly aquatic weed maintenance programs.

Phosphorus Reduction Services: Call on the experts at AAM to eliminate algae blooms.

Invasive Species Experts: Our treatment plans and chemical mixes will eradicate the most invasive aquatic weeds.

Rapid Service: We guarantee to be on-site within 24 hrs (weather permitting).

No Job Too Big: AAM is equipped with the tools, technology and manpower to work large-scale aquatic weed management projects.

Eco-Friendly: Controlling weeds while promoting a balanced habitat is our main priority. We are environmentally conscious and use only EPA registered chemicals.

Contact us today. On-site within 24 hrs. Guaranteed*.

It’s time you experience The AAM Service Advantage.  Contact us at (863) 533-8882 or click below to get started with professional experts in pond management:

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Related FAQ

Are you a licensed aquatic weed control applicator?
Answer: Yes, all of AAM’s technicians are licensed through the State of Florida’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Can I use the water that you just treated to irrigate my lawn?
Answer: In most cases yes, if AAM were to perform a treatment with a herbicide that has an irrigation restriction on the label there would be postings if required and the property owner or property manager would be notified prior to treatment.
What is a littoral shelf and why do we have to have them in our pond?
Answer: A littoral shelf is a shallow shelf in a water body that is planted with native aquatic vegetation normally located by an out flow structure. The purpose of a littoral shelf is to help filter out the nutrients and minerals in the water prior to it leaving the pond via the out flow structure.
What is the best way to control the algae in my pond?
Answer: Routine Maintenance is the only way to control algae, there is no long term solution for algae bloom. Schedule an appointment with AAM.
Why is there so much algae in my storm water retention pond?
Answer: Most storm water retention ponds in Florida have a very high nutrient and mineral levels due to run off from fertilized yards and neighborhood roads which contribute to algae bloom.
What are my options as far as service / maintenance goes?
Answer: We offer bi-weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and as needed maintenance programs. Schedule a free on-site evaluation and estimate.
How often does my pond or lake front need to be treated?
Answer: It depends on the situation, every water body is different and needs to be inspected by AAM to generate a treatment plan.  Schedule a free on-site evaluation and estimate.
What type of aquatic weed control options do I have?
Answer: Applied Aquatic Management offers many different aquatic weed control methods such as herbicide treatments, hand removal of vegetation, mechanical harvesting and biological control.
Does your spray hurt the fish or wildlife?
Answer: No it does not, every herbicide that we use is very much environmentally friendly and is registered with the Environmental Protection Agency, every herbicide application performed by Applied Aquatic Management is done in accordance to the EPA registered label.