PLM offers a two-treatment program in which we use herbicides and algaecides to maintain your lakefront. Invasive species not only harm natural lake life, but they are also nuisances to many recreational activities – our treatment alleviates the stress brought on when attempting to swim, fish, or boat in an infested area.
When you submit your signed contract via our website and make payment for the upcoming season, PLM applies for an “Aquatic Plant Management Permit” through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. It is important to sign up by the beginning of April to ensure your permit comes in time for the first round of treatments.
Before treatments begin, you will receive a letter from us with your tentative treatment dates, as well as dock signs and dock ribbons that assist our applicators. After this, our professionally trained applicators take care of the rest!
PLM is the leader in aquatic invasive species (AIS) management. Our solutions are scientifically driven, utilizing the latest in research and technologies and are backed by the industry’s leading guarantee. Our extensive list of clients includes the MNDNR, watershed districts, local units of government, lake associations, homeowner groups, and many more.
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*Permit fee is $35.00 per year, the first year is waived.
*We will review your information after you complete the transaction and contact you if there are any issues.
*For any quotes over 10000 square feet or for only one treatment please call our Minnesota office at 866-687-5253 or email at email@example.com
*After July 1st of the current year, it may not be possible to obtain two treatments due to issues with obtaining the necessary permits. After July 1st of the current year it is still possible to obtain a 1 treatment program.
*After May 1st of the current year a late fee of $40.00 will be included in the bill for your first treatment.