Are you worried about Japanese Knotweed, zebra mussels, or giant hogweed? If you’re interested in learning more about these and other invasive species, then come to the Tennis Courts at 10:00AM on Saturday 9 September, where we have arranged for … Continue reading
The tick population is on the rise in Canada. Ticks can carry bacteria which if you are bitten, can result in Lyme disease. The best way to prevent Lyme disease is to prevent tick bites by: covering up, for example … Continue reading
A researcher at Humber College has discovered a spading method for destroying Japanese Knotweed that apparently seems to work: 1. Slice down at a slight angle into the soil beside the stem of the plant, cutting off the stem a few … Continue reading
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Thanks for visiting the Royal Muskoka Island Association website. We hope you find it enjoyable and informative. If you would like to share information, stories, pictures, or videos of our island, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to add them … Continue reading