Category Archives: phragmites

Herbicide Spraying Closes Presque Isle

A helicopter will be flying over Presque Isle State Park on Wednesday, October 10 applying herbicide to 170 acres of land inundated with two invasive plant species. The invasive species are Narrow-leaf Cattail and Phragmites. The presence of these plants is damaging to the native plants as well as the overall habitat and ecosystem health of the park. READ MORE
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Macatawa Marsh phragmites spraying

The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway will begin spraying an herbicide to invasive phragmites in the Macatawa Marsh sometime this week through the end of September. The herbicide will be applied by a helicopter and target phragmites with chemicals designed to be used in an aquatic environment.

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