Herbicides sprayed to control lake vegetation.
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE -- U. S. Army Corps of Engineers inhouse applicators are spraying an area from Uncle Joe's Cut to Ritta Island on Lake Okeechobee this week to help reduce invasive vegetation.
Herbicides used include Diquat and 2,4-D.
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