aquatic weed control
Weed. That is one of the most commonly used curse words. And yet it is a reality. No garden or vegetable patch appears to be without it, no matter how vigilant your average or common or garden gardener is. The reason why the weed problem never seems to dissipate is because folks have been doing it all wrong. Just a few basic measures and tools are all that is required to keep weeds at bay, if not that, at least to a minimum.
One thing that must not be done is to feed them, even if this is unintentional. Every aspirant gardener can learn about what seems to attract the weeds in the first place and what deterrents to place in its way. But of course, the more complex and the larger the scale of the weed problem, professional help is required. A fully qualified and experienced horticulturalist would not be a bad idea.
And alongside the use of a specialist aquatic weed control team, a marine biologist would not be a bad idea either. All plants, if they are allowed to flourish, are surrounded by life. If the plants die, the life that comes to depend on it wilts away as well. You would normally think that plant life among aquatic features would thrive. After all, it is surrounded by water. Yes, if properly curated, plants can always thrive.
But even among aquatic features, surrounded by water, they creep up and in. Weeds. Horrible and unsightly. While all other forms of aquatic life die when the water is poisoned and starved of its oxygen, these weeds seem to thrive. And they do. You have a nasty thick film of algae that needs to be carefully removed by the experts.