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  • Pickerel Lake Picture Milfoil Featured

    Michigan Lake Launches Aggressive Eurasian Watermilfoil Reduction Project

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    http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/4/prweb10593599.htm Pickerel Lake Pavilion Township, MI (PRWEB) April 17, 2013 Pickerel Lake, a 140-acre lake in southwest Michigan, is launching an aggressive assault on invasive Eurasian Watermilfoil using a cutting edge all-natural approach proving to be “a game changer” in the fight against weed-choked lakes …

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    “Before” Video: Eurasian Milfoil Infestation

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    Lake Savers’ Most Ambitious Milfoil Reduction Project To Date Pickerel Lake October 2012 Stay tuned for the results of this Natural Lake Renewal Project The Lake Bottom Aeration System was started April 1, 2013.  Biological Augmentation Treatment will begin May 1, 2013. We will be …

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    Natural Lake Renewal Projects: 30+ and Counting

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    Natural Lake Renewal Works! Our projects are some of the most scientifically scrutinized in the world. Independent analyses provide factual proof that our all-natural approach and technology rapidly and substantially removes excess weed growth, harmful algal blooms, decreases organic sediment, and returns lakes to health. …

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  • Collins Lake Beach

    Public Beach Opened for first time in 2 years

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    Collins Lake, Scotia New York, 60 Acre Lake with Public Beach Public Beach opened for first time in 2 years. Substantial muck, milfoil and pondweed reduction. PROBLEM Public beach closed for two years due to fecal bacteria… Milfoil and pondweed growth out of control… Watershed …

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    11″ Muck Reduction in 4 Months: Lake Surface Clear of Algae Mats

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    Turnberry Lakes, Lakewood Illinois, 100 Acre Treatment Area on 3 Lakes For the first time in over five years the lake surfaces are clear of algae mats with 6-11 inch reduction in organic sediment muck after only one year. PROBLEM Lakes were classified as Hyper-Eutrophic System… …

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