Summertime is peak season for all sorts of weeds on land, but it is also the time of year Extension Offices receive numerous calls about weeds in ponds.  Filamentous algae is the most common pond weed problem, but blue-green algae can be toxic to fish and livestock.  This week’s featured video was produced by the University of Nebraska a number of years ago, but offers some good visual descriptions of different types of algae and other pond weeds that are also relevant to North Florida.

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