Water Treatment on June 10, 2021

On June 10, 2021 PLM Lake and Land Management Corp. is scheduled to treat Cedar Lake for milfoil and curlyleaf pondweed with the chemicals ProcellaCOR and low dose Diquat in order to get both species while getting systemic control of the milfoil. PLM will also post notices with the following information in the treatment areas on the day of treatment. The parts of the lake not being treated will not be subject to the restrictions. The following restrictions apply for these chemicals in the treated areas:

Chemical product/active ingredient Chemical trade name Do Not Use this water for swimming or bathing until Do Not Use this water for ornamentals or turf irrigation until Do Not Use this water for domestic purposes or agriculture irrigation until Do Not Use this water for livestock watering or similar purposes until
Florpyrauxifen-Benzyl ProcellaCOR EC 2x22

1 Day(s)

Site-specific recommendation* No restriction for established turf/grasses

N/A on domestic; assay indicates no detect at the water intake.

Diquat Dibromide Reward, Tribune, Tribune 2.5 Gal. Wilbur

1 Day(s)

3 Day(s)

5 Day(s)

1 Day(s)

For a complete listing of all product labels, please see the PLM website.

N/A = Not Applicable

*Site-Specific recommendations to limit ornamental irrigation with Renovate & Sculpin granular treated water will typically last 2-14 days. Contact PLM for further information.

The chemicals used for Aquatic Nuisance Control are registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. The potential for damage to fish and other non-target organisms is minimal provided that the product is used as directed on the product label and the permit. To minimize the possible effects on health and the environment, the treated water is restricted for the above purposes.

Method of Application: Chemical application will be made via boat, back pack, and/or land vehicle applying liquid surface products by surface spray and/or injection. Granular product application will be surface broadcast.

Areas To Be Treated

The areas of the lake that are to be treated are highlighted in yellow on the map shown below. Some of the larger polygons are not solid growth, but have sporadic growth within.