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Iroquois Homeowners Return to Non-Chemical Milfoil Tactics
The Lake Iroquois Association has returned to suctioning up invasive Eurasian milfoil out of the lake this summer using a boat and divers after state regulators said they would deny its permit to apply a chemical herbicide.

During the last week of June, contractors from AB Aquatics of Henneker, N.H., performed what is known as “diver assisted suction harvesting” focusing on the lake’s beach and swimming area off Beebe Lane.

The association plans to place mats known as benthic barriers at the bottom of the lake near the beach and fishing access. The mats kill milfoil as well as all other lake-bottom vegetation.


 
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