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Chemical Treatment Overkill
Public concern over chemical treatment of nuisance weeds in lake Webster is prompting the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to limit the amount of herbicides used in the 774-acre lake in Kosciusko County.

Local property owners hired a private company to apply fluridone to control the milfoil that covered half of the surface area where the water was less than 20 feet deep and threatened to interfere with boating.

DNR biologists reported seeing clumps of floating and dead algae throughout the lake and although the milfoil had declined to no detectable level in the main lake some native plants were also affected.

 
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Public Awareness or Fewer People, What Made the Difference in Decline of Marine Debris - Labor Day weekend on the Sacramento River would typically yield large amounts of floating debris. Beer boxes, foam coolers, plastic bags, alcohol containers, tubes and flip-flops left behind by visitors would normally stuff 40-cubic-yard trash containers, but this year a 30-yard container was only a third full.


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