Hardwood Lake Property Owners Association
Established October 23, 1975
If you wondered what all of the different types of weeds were in the lake, click on the link below to see what was found in the annual survey conducted September 16, 2010.
Nymphaea, top, otherwise known as water lily makes up over 25% of the vegetation in the lake littoral zone.
Wild Celery, bottom, is an important source of food for waterfowl and makes up 8% of the vegetation in the lakes littoral zone.
2018 Weed Control
A phragmites treatment is scheduled for the next week or so. Total of one acre.
Progressive inspected the lake on August 16 and has scheduled a treatment within the next week.
See the map for areas to be treated.
August treatment map
Progressive has scheduled another weed treatment. A weed harvest is scheduled for the week of July 22
July Lake treatment
Progressive surveyed the lake and ordered treatment by Aquatic Services for the week of June 25
June 2018 treatment map.
Progressive surveyed the lake and ordered treatment by Aquatic Services for May 23.
May 2018 Treatment map
2017 Weed Control
Progressive surveyed the lake and ordered a treatment during the week of August 13
Mid August treatment map
There will be another lake treatment sometime within a week after July 25
Late July treatment map
Progressive inspected the lake on July 6. The plan is to do a lake treatment the wee of July 10 with weed harvesting to be done the week of July 17
July treatment map
July harvest map
The lake was inspected by Progressive on June 6 and is tentatively scheduled for treatment on June 12
June treatment map
Progressive inspected the lake May 18. In general the lake looked good. They did notice Stary Stonewort starting to grow and have scheduled a chemical treatment next week. More treatments will take place during the summer. There will most likely be a weed harvest around late July.
May treatment map
This site last updated 10/18/18