Posted June 19, 2012 05:54 pm - Updated June 19, 2012 07:07 pm
Cleaning the Savannah
Kelly Dabbs and Steven Morris from Southern Aquatics Services, of Statesboro, Ga., apply herbicide to control aquatic weeds in the Savannah River. The weeds in the river include invasive exotic species such as Brazilian elodea, which tends to overtake shallow areas.
Steven Morris (left) and Kelly Dabbs spray the Savannah River with herbicide to rid the water of unwanted weeds. The project, which costs about $6,500, involves treatment of invasive weeds such as Brazilian elodea in the river channel along downtown Augusta.
Kelly Dabbs (left), the owner of Southern Aquatics Services, and Steven Morris prepare to spray the Savannah River with herbicides to rid the water of unwanted weeds. The company is spraying 20 acres along the Georgia shore line.