Cattails have dense, long, spikey flowers, that appear on top of the long, slender stems in late summer to early fall. Their flowers are recognizable from their brown, sausage-like appearance. Cattails can be partially submerged or in boggy areas with no permanently standing water and can grow to 5 or 10 feet in height. They provide a wildlife habitat and refuge. Overgrowth can choke off open water, driving away birds and displacing native plant species.
Recreational activities such as swimming, fishing, and boating can be impaired, prevented.
Excessive Aquatic weeds greatly detract from the aesthetic appeal and possible value of the overall property.
Thick excessive growth around the shoreline can encourage and increase population of frogs, snakes, muskrats, and alligators where applicable.
Aquatic weed overgrowth is ideal for algae growth and leads to increased insect growth for mosquitos.
Too many weeds impede water flow in drainage ditches, irrigation canals, and culverts, causing water to back up.
Cattail can be found in most of the contiguous states.
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