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Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum) is an aquatic plant, different species of which can be found throughout the world. The most common ones in the U.S. are the native Northern Milfoil and the highly invasive Eurasian Milfoil (Eurasian Milfoil has 12-21 pairs of leaflets per leaf, and Northern Milfoil only has 7-11).
Austin Lake in Kent County, Michigan is a 15-acre lake that has been in the Claus family for almost a century.
The family bought the property in 1929, and five generations of kids have grown up on the lake, enjoying fishing, swimming and boating.
Pondweed & Hydrilla
Roland Lake is a 30-acre recreational lake in Virginia. In 2017 the lake was suffering from a long-term accumulation of mucky, nutrient-rich organic sediment that had allowed excessive dense invasive weeds to grow in virtually all areas of the lake 10 feet deep or less.
Duckweed & Water Meal
Warmer weather, nutrient inflows, and anoxic conditions create taste and odor problems, and contribute to making reservoir management more difficult every year.
By improving water quality, we reduce treatment costs and mitigate the risks associated with cyanotoxins, disinfection byproducts (DPBs), trihalomethanes (TTHMs), and more.