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Aquarius Systems Weed Harvester Doing the Trick on Lake Hallie
Lake Hallie has a new look thanks to the use of an Aquarius Systems weed harvester. The mechanical harvester runs five days a week to cut and collect the aquatic vegetation. In just two weeks, 135 tons of algae and milfoil has been removed. ... more >>
Federal Permit Required for use of Aquatic Pesticides
The EPA has approval of the courts to issue a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, which will require the filing of permits, along additional record-keeping and reporting requirements for point source discharges of biological and chemical pesticides that leave a residue. This included the operators that use pesticides for weed and algae control. ... more >>
Marine Vomit Threatens to Smother Marine Life in Ireland
Aquatic invasive species, Didemnum vexillum, commonly known as “marine vomit”, is believed to have been carried from Japanese waters on ships’ hulls or in ballast water. It was first recorded in Ireland in 2005 and has spread south into Galway Bay and threatens to smoother marine life. ... more >>

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Sunshine Coast Council Sprays Dunes with 'Agent Orange' Mix to Control Weeds - For the past three years, the council has been experimenting with an off-label "tank mix" of 2,4-D and another herbicide, metsulfuron methyl. Because neither herbicide was designed for glory lily, the council was issued a special federal permit to use the products "off-label".

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