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Help stop lake weed

May 7, 2013

There is much beauty in the 44 lakes in Fulton County, but there might be something lurking under the water’s surface that’s not pretty....

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May-07-13 12:33 PM

The town of Caroga has been working to get this problem stopped for about 20 years. So where has the state and these other organizations been. Why is it that they have not stepped up to try and solve this problem lomg ago. Just like the state a dollar short and a day late.

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May-07-13 3:00 PM

Once the Eurasian Milfoil invades a lake, it is practically impossible to eradicate. Caroga Lake is doing exactly what it can to mitigate an impending disaster. If they did nothing, the lake would die. The only other defense is a chemical one, which no one wants to use. This is why it's important to be vigilant about not letting this invade our lakes. Excellent editorial.

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May-07-13 9:32 PM

I had something else in mind when i read the title..

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May-10-13 1:08 PM

Has anyone tried Paraquat?

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