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Norwood Lake Aquatic Plant Likely Species of Milfoil
A half-acre patch of an unidentified plant was discovered in July when Aquatic Invasive Management LLC was hand-harvesting the problematic Eurasian milfoil that already had been discovered in the 400-acre lake.

Village members, AIM representatives and faculty from Clarkson University took a boat out on the lake Friday to gather more samples and try to figure out what they were dealing with. If the tests confirm the plant is a variety of multi-leaf milfoil, cleanup efforts will begin almost immediately.

Milfoil is a quick-spreading invasive plant that, if left unchecked, can choke out a body of water and make fishing and boating nearly impossible. A small piece of the stubborn aquatic weed can grow into a full-sized plant, allowing it to spread by being broken apart.

 
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