The summer’s rapid bloom and explosive growth of Illinois pondweed in Lake June-In-Winter is a symptom of a bigger problem, according to experts. That bigger problem is an increase in nutrients in the water that feeds the plants.
Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Regional Director Chris Wynn and biologist Kelle Sullivan said at a recent public hearing herbicide treatments are working — and the addition of sterile carp could help even more.
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