Some readers may be wondering about this. Why weed control as opposed to the complete removal of weeds for once and for all. A fair enough thought from a consumer point of view, but in this instance, the mind does need to be drawn to realistic expectations and a fair understanding of how nature works, both on land and in the water. Speaking of which, a professional aquatic weed control system is in place. This system provides wide-scale relief not at short notice but over a sustainable period of time.
The work being done to cleanse and aerate lakes, dams, public use rivers and natural streams still teaming with aquatic life provides immense relief to all custodians of such natural and commercial resources. Commercial in the sense that dams will be supplying vast urban and industrial networks with (hopefully) a sustainable supply of water. Not just water but clean and purified water although it must be said that it would be beyond the control of aquatic weed control technicians to ensure that such aquatic supplies have as little use of unsustainable chemicals as possible.
Or would they. Nevertheless, where there is life, you can expect all forms of flora and fauna to flourish. Life in the sense that there is more than enough air to breathe and more than enough water to feed on. But such is life. Some sources of flora and fauna seem to think that it needs more than the others. And when this is allowed to happen, it tends to suck the very life out of others. Such as in the case where bacteria and algae are allowed to fester along vital water resource networks.
The removal of such fiends may be temporary but at least the control thereof is sustainable and effective.