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Woodstock Township Votes NO to Herbicide Use
The Woodstock Township board voted 4 -1 in favor of using mechanical harvesting to address the problem of invasive plant species in Devils Lake. Presented with three options to combat aquatic vegetation in the coming years, the board chose to use mechanical harvesting this year, mechanical harvesting, suction harvesting, and milfoil weevils for the next two years after that.

Some residents expressed interest in using aquatic herbicides for treatment and wanted to give chemicals a try. A survey was developed to determine the interest in using the herbicides and although more people were interested in trying the chemical removal, the board decided that with so many species of plants in the lake that the chemicals wouldn’t be successful in removing them all.

 
 


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