POTABLE WATER USE RESTRICTION WERE REMOVED ON JULY 20, 2012 BASED ON LABORATORY ANALYSIS OF WATER SAMPLES
IRRIGATION RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED AS OF AUGUST 21, 2012.
TREATMENTS IN THE SITES LISTED BELOW WERE PERFORMED ON JULY 17, 2012
WATER USE RESTRICTION ARE NO LONGER IN EFFECT.
Information related to the aquatic herbicide treatments for the control of Eurasian watermilfoil in Hayden Lake will be posted and updated on this web page, and will include the following:
Public Notice Related to the aquatic herbicide treatments (see below)
A Site data sheet that includes information related to the Sites scheduled for treatment that includes the Site ID Number, Site Name, Date Treated, Water use Restriction in place (Yes/No), the Distance from the Treatment Site with Water use Restrictions in place, and the Date the Water use Restrictions have been removed (see below)
An interactive Google Earth Map that outlines the treatment Sites with corresponding Site ID Number (see below)
An aquatic herbicide application was performed in areas of Hayden Lake on Tuesday July 17th, 2012. Renovate, a liquid triclopyr (EPA Registration # 62719-37-67690) was applied to treat Eurasian watermilfoil.
Irrigation water restrictions remain in effect in the treated sites. See the detailed map below indicating where restrictions are in effect. Home owners near treatment areas who use water from the lake for irrigation are advised to not use lake water until herbicide residue samples indicate that levels in the water are within acceptable use levels specified by the herbicide label. For up-to-date information about treatment and residue levels see the map below.
Contact Tom Woolf, Idaho State Department of Agriculture, Aquatic Plant Program Manager, with any questions: 208-608-3404 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yellow Polygons - Planned treatment and water use restriction area
Red polygons - Treated and water use restriction area
Green Polygons - Treated area with no restriction
All numbered plots within solid green lines received aquatic herbicide treatments for the control of Eurasian watermilfoil on July 17, 2012. All water use restrictions have been lifted for these sites as of August 21, 2012.