Hydrilla In the Reservoir

Swift Creek Reservoir is a manmade impoundment for drinking water, developed in the mid-1960’s by the Chesterfield County, Virginia Utilities. Hydrilla, a non-native invasive aquatic weed, invaded the reservoir prior to 2010, and by 2010 had covered approximately 50% of the 1700-acre reservoir. Hydrilla is the predominant aquatic vegetation in the reservoir. Sterile carp were selected as the hydrilla management method. Information about hydrilla and its management is included below. Additional information can be found at: https://www.chesterfield.gov/428/Swift-Creek-Reservoir

 

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