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Combating Starry Stonewort with Aquatic Weed Harvester
Center Lake and Clearwater Lake Association are trying to combat the starry stonewort with and aquatic weed harvester this summer. In an effort to use fewer chemicals in the lake, a weed harvester will be used on most of the lake to cut and remove the starry stonewort and the algae.

Aquatic herbicides will be used on some parts of the lake that have too many stumps for the harvester. The remainder of the use will use a combination approach and next year will still need to be assessed.

 
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