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eurasian milifoil and curly pondweed

Posted by Artichuck Z4 Denver (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 6, 05 at 23:03

Family has been going to a lake in MI. that is infested with these fine little buggers. Every year they spend about 40k to treat the weed so the lake can handle boats and swimers. Any ideas to an organic way to treat the lake and stop the scurge? Lake is surrounded on the high side by farms, there is a large area of reeds and swamps between farms and lake

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RE: eurasian milifoil and curly pondweed

Have them try investing in a Native North American Milfoil
Weevil, thus less cost and safer.

check the link below for info.

Here is a link that might be useful: Weevil info for controlling Millfoil.

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