Weed could consume lake in four years without plan

New estimates show Lake Waccamaw could be filled with hydrilla by 2017. Officials also learned it will likely cost at least $3.15 million over seven years to solve the problem…Steven Hoyle, an aquatic weed specialist with N.C. State University, is the lead technical advisor on the team analyzing the lake’s hydrilla infestation. The four-year prediction is very realistic, Hoyle said. READ MORE
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