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It’s an Aquatic Weed Harvester


According to Don Richardson, Bakersfield Water superintendent, the big advantage of using an aquatic weed harvester is that they don’t have to use a lot of chemicals. “Using chemicals to kill weeds in lakes can be dangerous because the chemicals could seep into the groundwater. Also, one chemical treatment for a lake can cost about $16,000.

The harvester will be used once a month on the lakes during the summer, although Truxtun Lake takes two day to clean, but most of the smaller lakes only take a day. It is possible that the harvester may be used in the storm drainage basins or the Kern River when hyacinth plants are flourishing.

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Wisconsin’s Efforts and Successes in Addressing AIS - Two online reports document progress made in 2011-12 in preventing the introduction and spread of invasive species in Wisconsin lakes, rivers, forests and wetlands. Invasive species such as the emerald ash borer, Eurasian watermilfoil and garlic mustard cost billions of dollars annually across the nation and threaten business sectors such as agriculture, tourism and forestry.


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