What eats duckweed?

Answer Common duckweed is consumed by many animals, including the wood duck, Canada goose, mallard, beaver, common carp, eastern painted turtle and common snapping turtle. Not only is the duckweed a food ... Read More »

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What eats dead duckweed?

Turtles, fish and other water-based species will eat duckweed. Duckweed is a stemless aquatic flowering plant that grows in mass quantities to produce a carpet-like appearance. Dried duckweed is fi... Read More »

Can you buy duckweed?

Duckweed (Lemna minor) is available through select retailers. However, Ward's Natural Science advises customers to initially check with their state's Department of Agriculture for current restricti... Read More »

Where does duckweed live?

Duckweed is a common free-floating aquatic plant that can cover the surface of some ponds. It can be found in waterways across the globe except for the coldest regions, and thrives in water that is... Read More »

What is the scientific name for duckweed?

Common duckweed is an aquatic plant with the scientific name Lemna minor. Duckweed floats freely upon the surface of the water and can form into colonies so dense that the water beneath suffers oxy... Read More »