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Mild Winter plus Early Spring Could Mean Excessive Plant Growth
The mild winter and early spring could potentially affect the amount of weeds in Chautauqua Lake this year.  Many people in the county are concerned about possible effects the unusual weather conditions this past winter and spring could have on agriculture.  However, they shouldn't forget about another asset that plays a major role in the county's economy - the lake.

Last year, Eurasian milfoil, an invasive weed species, impacted boating, swimming and fishing in the lake, and there could be even more weed growth this year because of the unusual weather conditions.  The county, Chautauqua Lake Management Commission and Chautauqua Lake Association are trying to prepare for the possibility of additional growth of weeds this summer. 




 
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UK Plant Retailers Stand Up Against Aquatic Invasive Species - Aquatic plant retailers and garden centers across Norfolk will be awarded the ‘Go native for Norfolk’ accreditation, when they commit to not stocking a ‘hit list’ of problematic invasive aquatic plants including water fern, New Zealand pygmyweed, floating pennywort, curly waterweed, floating water primrose and parrot’s feather.


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