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Fish Kill Shortly after Chemical Treatment
A fish kill at Diamond Lake affected about 100 fish of several different species leading to an by the Michigan DNR Fisheries and the Department of Environment and Great Lakes and Energy (EAGLE), formerly known as Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).

Dead fish showed up two days after the lake had been treated with chemicals to kill non-native vegetation.  Chemicals had been applied on aquatic plants in the area near Park Shore Marina.  The chemical used (legally) was diqat flumioxazin, known to be good for killing stubborn exotic plants. However, the chemical also can be hard on fish.

 
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