Soil and water

Oswego County Soil and Water District Adds New Tool to Help Control Invasive Plants | Oswego County

OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County has a new dog in the fight as it works to control the water chestnut population in the Oswego River. An integrated manual uprooting and herbicide application system now includes the use of a drone.

The Oswego County Soil and Water Conservation District (OCSWD) works with Chase Enterprises, a high-quality infrastructure maintenance service, to control invasive plant species.

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