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Harvester Removes 500 Cubic Yards of Unwanted Aquatic Vegetation
The aquatic plant harvester cuts the vegetation down approximately 2-5 feet from the surface of the lake. It will not be fully removed since it benefits fish and oxygen levels in the lake. The process helps keep swimmers and watercraft from coming into contact with the vegetation as well as removing the nutrients that the plants hold. ... more >>
Where is the Water?
Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge is experiencing major problems with water hyacinth and salvinia, two invasive aquatic plant species that are choking off access to fishing spots. Once the water hyacinth grows thick enough in a given area, Cuban sage grass grows on top of the plant, making an area of water appear to be a meadow. ... more >>
Aquatic Harvester Removes 250 Tons of Weeds
Although it only operated for 22 days this fall, the Apple River Protection and Rehabilitation District (ARPRD) removed 112 loads of aquatic vegetation from the Apple River – 251 tons of weeds according to a report by operations manager, Dale Richardson. ... more >>

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Failing Lakes in Florida - The United States Environmental Protection Agency has set limits on the concentrations of total nitrogen, total phosphorus, and algal chlorophyll allowed in Florida lakes starting in March 2012. If one or more of the respective concentrations exceeds these criteria, the lake is considered to be impaired due to pollution and subject to a variety of regulatory actions.


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