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Lake Hayward Will Use Chemicals to Treat Hybrid Watermilfoil
Sawyer County and a group of Lake Hayward shoreland owners are teaming up to chemically kill 23 acres of an invasive weed species known as hybrid water milfoil, which has been expanding in size in the lake in the past few years and is threatening to choke off the lake’s native plants.

At a cost of $26,700 the hybrid milfoil which is a combination of native milfoil and Eurasian watermilfoil, liquid 2 4-D will be applied by a licensed applicator. Similar herbicide treatments have been done annually since 1994 on Eurasian watermilfoil infestations on Round Lake , where there is currently 22 acres of the invasive species in at least 35 locations.

 
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