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01. July 2023 · Comments Off on It’s Time Again to Remove Invasive Water Chestnuts · Categories: AIS, Aquatic Invasive Species, General Information · Tags: , , ,
While our EcoHarvester is doing a great job attacking the dense areas of water chestnuts at the north end of the lake (per our DEC permit), it cannot grab the multitude of smaller patches and single plants growing along the shorelines all around the lake. Therefore, WE NEED YOUR HELP.

If you have a canoe, kayak, paddleboard, or small fishing boat that can access shallow areas, or whether you live on or off the lake, please cruise around the shorelines and grab as many water chestnut plants as possible. It’s quite easy to spot the leaves on the surface of the water (see photo). 
 
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Reach down as far as you can and try to pull the plants with the roots; no problem if the stem breaks. Bring gloves and trash bags to collect the plants. You can let the pulled plants dry on your lawn and either burn them, toss them in the trash, or use them as mulch in your garden. If you do this by mid-July, you will have likely removed the plants before the barbed seed nutlets form. Removal will help prevent propagation of new invasive water chestnuts. Each single plant removed can prevent hundreds of new water chestnut plants from growing in the future.
 
This link (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/lands_forests_pdf/aiswatercfs.pdf) may be of interest if you want to know more about invasive water chestnuts. Thank you for helping to battle aquatic invasive species in Kinderhook Lake.
 
The Weed Management Committee
Kinderhook Lake Corporation
 
 
 
 
10. March 2023 · Comments Off on ProcellaCor Spot Treatment Coming This Summer · Categories: AIS, Aquatic Invasive Species · Tags: , , , , , ,

The KLC has submitted a permit application to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to treat up to five acres of Eurasian milfoil with ProcellaCor in June 2023. This is the same herbicide that was used to treat and eradicate over 200 acres of milfoil in 2021. This is a preventative measure to eradicate a few small patches of milfoil identified last summer before they spread and turn into larger weed beds that could interfere with boating and other recreational activities. The cost of the treatment will be covered by your donations to the Weed Management Fund. As required by DEC, ProcellaCor product labels must be posted on our website; see the sidebar Quick Links. Additional information about this summer’s treatment will be posted here later in the spring.

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