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Christmas Lake Seeks Federal Approval to Use Potash
Christmas Lake, near Lake Minnetonka, was the first in the country earlier this month to use Zequanox, a biological pesticide that kills off zebra mussels, and found that it worked in a small, closed-off area. Other lakes have experimented with the product, but the west metro lake was the first to use it not in an experiment, but to try to rid the lake of the aquatic invasive species that can damage boat motors and threaten fish populations.

Zebra mussels were discovered outside of the treatment area and the lake’s water temperature is now too low for Zequanox to be effective so the state Department of Natural Resources is seeking federal approval to use liquid potash, or potassium chloride on the lake this fall.


 
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