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Wisconsin - the Birthplace of the Modern Weed Harvesters
Wisconsin is the birthplace of modern aquatic plant harvesters. The industry has grown in response to what most Americans consider a problem: Too many plants interfering with the recreational use of our lakes and waterways.

The first machine was built in response to fussy Chicago housewives! Around the turn of the century, ice was harvested from Wisconsin lakes destined for Chicago iceboxes. The housewives there didn't like cleaning out the weeds when the ice melted. This boat was designed to cut down the weeds in the fall so that clean ice could be harvested in the winter. 


 
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Hot Weather and Toxic Algae Lead to Fish Kill at Lago Santa Margarita - The outbreak of a toxic bacteria that last week killed bass, bluegill and carp at the city’s landmark lake has been brought under control, according to the lake’s owner. Fishing at picturesque Lago Santa Margarita has been banned since Thursday after dead fish were found floating on the surface. Other recreational activities have not been affected.


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