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Leaves and fruit of northern milfoil are consumed by a variety
of waterfowl. Beds of northern milfoil offer shade, shelter and
foraging opportunities for fish.
Dense stands of Northern milfoil can inhibit recreational uses
like swimming, boating, and fishing.
Northern milfoil has light-colored stems that emerge from root
like stalks and rhizomes. Leaves are divided like a feather, with a
short stalk and about 5-12 pairs of thread-like leaflets.
Eurasian watermilfoil typically has 12 to 21 pairs of leaflets.
The native northern watermilfoil, with which it is often confused,
usually has 5 to 9 pairs.
A. Once water temperatures are
around sixty degrees or warmer and the plants are viable.
A. On average, two applications per
season. Your treatment site results will establish their own
history and hence the future predictability. Keeping good records
of your application will expedite any tailoring that need to be
done. Remember, we are here help!
A. Generally within ten to sixteen days things will be cleared
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