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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 >>
Wisconsin’s Efforts and Successes in Addressing AIS
Two online reports document progress made in 2011-12 in preventing the introduction and spread of invasive species in Wisconsin lakes, rivers, forests and wetlands. Invasive species such as the emerald ash borer, Eurasian watermilfoil and garlic mustard cost billions of dollars annually across the nation and threaten business sectors such as agriculture, tourism and forestry. ... more >>
Milfoil Shuts Down an Area of Lake Attitash
Spotted recently by the Lake Attitash Association volunteer weed watchers, milfoil weeds are a freshwater aquatic plant that spreads rapidly and can take over entire sections of a lake, changing its eco-structure. ... more >>

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Minnesota Extreme Cold Aids in the Fight Against Curly-Leaf Pondweed - A drawdown which began in September will expose the lakes bottom to a deep freeze cold enough to kill the pondweed which forms thick mats on the water surface. Because it is the first plant to come up in the spring, curly-leaf blocks light to more slowly growing native plants, and when it dies back at the end of July, it releases phosphorous, which promotes green algae growth.


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