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Tuesday, November 02 2021 / Published in News, Uncategorized
Virginia Lake has Accumulated Silt in 35 Coves
Copper sulfate is an inorganic compound that combines sulfur with copper. It can kill bacteria, algae, roots, plants, snails, and fungi.  Many local farm stores keep the product on store shelves helping to make it the most used, and the most economical algae control available for ponds and lakes. Copper Sulfate is ineffective in the
Tuesday, October 26 2021 / Published in News
HM-420 Aquatic Weed Harvester in New York
Each year, the St. Albans Area Watershed Association uses mechanical harvesters to cut and remove tons of unwanted plant material out of St. Albans Bay. The harvesters scooped up almost 90,000 bushels of plants in 2020 alone. The aquatic weed harvesters are used for establishing things like navigation lanes and clearing out areas of varied
Tuesday, October 19 2021 / Published in News
Algae Virus Found in Humans
The source of troublesome lake algae is not always clear, but an interdisciplinary research project with two Michigan State University researchers found an answer may include colder groundwater that feeds some inland lakes. This finding could help predict the formation of harmful algal blooms to mitigate their impact on drinking water, tourism, fishing and fish
Tuesday, October 12 2021 / Published in News
Helicopter Spraying Chemicals
New research out of McGill University in Montreal suggests there is cause for concern regarding the effects of the herbicide glyphosate being sprayed on land near waterways. The new studies found glyphosate puts freshwater ecosystems at risk even when its application meets approved guidelines. “And what we found is … glyphosate concentrations as low as

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