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Herbicide Weed Resistance Battle Must be Fought at Different Levels
We realize this article is about terrestrial weeds, but can't help but make the connection to aquatic plants and the need to have many options in the lake management plan.

When weeds begin showing resistance, it’s not a case of the herbicide changing the weed, it’s a simple “survival of the fittest” case, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist.

According to Scott Nolte, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension weed specialist, College Station, “You have to rotate the things that work, otherwise they eventually won’t work.”

 
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Sauk River Chain of Lakes Association Commits $30,000 to Fight Aquatic Invasive Weeds - Past experience in Minnesota and elsewhere has shown that eradication or elimination of curly-leaf pondweed from lakes is not a realistic goal. Aquatic plant harvesters are an effective means of control. Along with removing the vegetation, harvesters remove the phosphorus suspended in the plant material that leads to algal blooms.


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