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Fighting Invasive Curlyleaf Pondweed with Aquatic Plant Harvester
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is working to manage an invasive plant in the Iowa Great Lakes.

As the ice melts, the DNR plans to tackle about 80 acres curlyleaf pondweed in East Okoboji Lake using an aquatic herbicide and a weed harvester boat that cuts and harvests the weeds. The DNR’s Mike Hawkins says there’s no way to destroy the weed completely, but they’ll clear as much as they can to improve lake access.




 
 


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Water Hyacinth as Cattle Feed - Water hyacinth has spread to all tropical and subtropical countries and is regarded as one of the world’s most invasive aquatic plants. Research has mainly focused on extinction of the plant since it multiplies rapidly and forms dense mats which interfere with waterways, decimates aquatic wildlife and have signification ecological and socio-economic effects.


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