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Management of Hydrilla Dependant on Biotype, Experts Say

Homeowners, boaters, fisherman, and other recreational users deal with a familiar looking problem weed in water bodies from Florida to Maine.  A resident on a lake in New York State would likely call the whirled leafed invader the same as a farmer in the bayou.  Hydrilla,  a nasty invader throughout many water bodies of the United States may look similar across state lines, but researchers with the Aquatic Ecosystem Research Facility in Lewisville, TX show just how different the plant, and it’s subsequent management can be from one state to the next.Hydrilla vertcillata.  Photo Credit:  NCSU AWP

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Genoa moves ahead with renewal of weed-control assessment

Genoa Township officials are moving forward with plans for a five-year renewal of the Lake Chemung aquatic weed-control special assessment. READ MORE
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