Cleaning the Savannah

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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.  EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
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.
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jic
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jic 06/20/12 - 07:41 am
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The whole time they were dosing the river with herbicides yesterday a group of kids were diving into the water and having a wonderful time. It seems reasonable that the city should recommend against such activity but I haven't seen anything.

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