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      Quote Originally Posted by rcmike View Post
      Here is what I pulled out of my pond after a couple of years neglect and it is bare liner. I'm sure that pond would get overgrown in a few years without a lot of maintenance. Runners will spread throughout the substrate.
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      A man can always use a good tractor.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wmurky View Post
      A man can always use a good tractor.

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      Yep, it’s small but very useful. I got it to mow my 5 acres but it took forever. I almost sold it when I got a zero turn mower but I’m glad I didn’t.



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      Quote Originally Posted by rcmike View Post
      Yep, it’s small but very useful. I got it to mow my 5 acres but it took forever. I almost sold it when I got a zero turn mower but I’m glad I didn’t.
      That machine can do things a mower just can't, like plowing snow LOL!!! I am from Northeastern Illinois I envy you guys with Year Round Pond activities

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      Quote Originally Posted by kevin32 View Post
      the op is in Florida. no lettuce or hyacinth
      This isnt true you can have both you just cant sell them or import them if you know someone with them or know where you can collect some its ok.

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      Thanks Bryan. That’s what I thought but was not sure. Good to know.
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      Sorry to say, but this ain't so: you can have both you just cant sell them or import them if you know someone with them or know where you can collect some its ok.


      Here is the pertinent part of the Florida law governing water hyacinth: The transportation, importation, collection, possession, cultivation, or sale of water hyacinth (a Class I Prohibited Aquatic Plant) is illegal in Florida (FDACS DPI 2014)

      Water lettuce is also prohibited, this from MYFWC: Because of its aggressive growth rate, water-lettuce is illegal to possess in Florida without a special permit.

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