Did you know that the most effective control of weeds actually entails preserving some species? Why would this be necessary, you may be wondering. Well, it is all in keeping with promoting the preservation of a clean, green and natural environment. There is one species of fauna that will always remain essential to the earth’s food chains. It is said that without bees, all forms of life and food production would slowly but surely disintegrate.
The same can be said for numerous (bacterial) fish species that need to be alive and well in the earth’s oceans, rivers and lakes. Horticulturalists, botanists and an entire species of natural scientists are active in the preservation of certain weed species. This is necessary because these weeds act as an attraction and important food source to bee species. But on the other side, or the flip side if you will, of the natural evolutionary cycle, aquatic weed control is critical and necessary.
It remains essential to free up rivers, streams and lakes of aquatic weeds because these impose destruction on aquatic and marine life that needs to remain alive, vital and sustained. And it is the aquatic equivalent of your common or garden botanists and horticulturalists that are able to assist all stakeholders in the preservation of their natural water resources. And while a certain variety of weeds can be kept in order to attract the bees, all others simply must go.
They are a blight on natural surroundings on land surfaces. They are invasive and often choke the life out of other plant species and food sources (your fruit trees and vegetable plants, for instance) much like aquatic weeds gorge on minute fish species so small it cannot ever be seen.