[USA] Todd Schrouder doesn’t stray far from the shoreline during his springtime fishing excursions. Continue reading Study: Carp food plentiful
[USA] Tucked into the $1 trillion spending measure that averted a government shutdown is $300 million for a program aimed at Continue reading Congress agrees to $300M measure aimed at protecting the Great Lakes
KSTP TV – For years, Lake Crystal and Loon Lake have been overwhelmed by an algae-bloom problem.
Both lakes are in Blue Earth County in the southern Minnesota town of Lake Continue reading Minn. Residents Hope Carp Removal will End Lake Algae
If invasive bighead carp and silver carp spread into Lake Erie, there would be enough food available for these species of Asian carp to survive, according to a new study by the U.S. Geological Survey. Continue reading Asian Carp Would Have Adequate Food to Survive in Lake Erie
For Marysville City Councilman Dale Whitmore, it has been something of a quest to remove the greenish tinge and the odors from Ellis Lake.
How to clean the grassy areas and sidewalks surrounding the city’s watery Continue reading Holy carp: Councilman says bottom-feeders may cause Ellis Lake’s woes
JOHOR BARU: Syarikat Air Johor Holdings Sdn Bhd has spent about RM1 mil to install five devices that destroy algae at the Sembrong Barat water Continue reading Devices used to destroy algae at water treatment plant
WATSONVILLE >> Biologists netted dozens of fat carp during an electrofishing expedition Thursday at Pinto Lake. The Watsonville project aims to reduce the population of non-native bottom-feeders that contribute to a toxic algae problem at the rural Pajaro Valley lake.
“They’re like feral pigs with fins,” said city water quality specialist Robert Ketley. “They’re that destructive.”… Continue reading Watsonville zaps carp from Pinto Lake