It has become a rite of spring: Asian grass carp are injected into to Lake Wylie to help fight the spread of hydrilla, an invasive non-native weed that threatens native fish and other species.
It has become a rite of spring: Asian grass carp are injected into to Lake Wylie to help fight the spread of hydrilla, an invasive non-native weed that threatens native fish and other species. Courtesy of the Lake Wylie Marina
It has become a rite of spring: Asian grass carp are injected into to Lake Wylie to help fight the spread of hydrilla, an invasive non-native weed that threatens native fish and other species. Courtesy of the Lake Wylie Marina

Fort Mill Times

March 16, 2017 3:05 PM

How they do it — hint: carp — is a sight. But it’s curbing hydrilla on Lake Wylie.

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