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Water Hyacinth is to Blame for Increase in Mosquito Population
Night temperatures are on the rise, but residents are forced to shut their doors and windows due to the growing mosquito population.

Water hyacinth in Hussainsagar Lake, is being cited as the main reason for the increase in mosquitos. The dense mats of hyacinth, which has been growing for weeks aids in mosquito breeding that occurs between February and April.

Water hyacinth is an indicator of increased pollution. The sewerage and chemical effluents flowing from the Kukatpally nala is the major reason for the rapid growth of water hyacinth.

 
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The Goal is to Remove as Much Phosphorous from the Lake as Possible - It’s a familiar sight to residents living on the shores of Kitsap Lake: each summer, around the beginning of June, a bright green algae begins to creep across the water. But this year an aquatic weed harvester is being used to remove the underwater weeds and the algae feeding phosphorous those plants contain.


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