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Homeowners Battle Invasive Species of Weeds in Oakland County Lakes
Oakland County residents have been combating invasive weeds in their lakes for a while, but now it appears the same old tricks don’t do the job anymore.

The unwelcomed presence of Eurasian Watermilfoil and Starry Stonewort have come back with a bite due in part to winter conditions that helped them spread.

Tipsico Lake, has been infested with Eurasian Milfoil since 1991 and has been treating it with herbicides ever since. The community spends about $65,000 per year treating the lake. Tipsico Lake was one of the first lakes to receive treatment and one of the first to resist some of the herbicides.


 
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