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- Tags: O. E. Frye, Jr.
Rural Clean-Up Failures: Deterioration of Lake Apopka Attributed to Introduction of 'Excessive Enrichments'
Tags: aeromonas liquefaciens; agricultural pollution; American alligators; bacteria; bacterium; citrus processing; common alligators; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Frank Hayes; gators; hyacinth control; Lake Apopka; Lake Beauclair; muck farming; muck farms; O. E. Frye, Jr.; Ocklawaha River; pesticides; sewage disposal; UG; University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine; water hyacinths; water management; water quality; wildlife die-offs; Wildlife Disease Study; wildlife diseases
Tags: A. W. Sinclair; agricultural pollution; Arthur W. Sinclair; fish; fish management; fishing; Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission; Harold Ashley; Jimmie Sinclair; Lake Apopka; Lake Griffin; Lake Improvement Association; lakes; O. E. Frye, Jr.; seining; shads; sports fishing; water quality
Tags: agricultural pollution; Attorney General; Bill Fullford; Bill Turk; Board of Commissioners; Bob Sherman; Central Boulevard; chamber of commerce; Congress; Democrat; Democratic Party; Don McAllistor; election; fish; fish kill; Florida Democratic Primary Election; Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission; Florida's 11th Congressional District; Harold L. Moody L.; insecticide; Jeb Stuart; Joe Jacobs; John A. Sutton; judge; justice; Lake Apopka; Lake County Board of Commissioners; lawsuit; M. W. Hammond; Moon Head Lodge; O. E. Frye, Jr.; Orange County Board of Commissioners; pesticide; pollution; primary election; Tom Denmark; U.S. House of Representatives; W. R. Peavy, Jr.; water conservation; water quality; wildlife; Winter Garden Chamber of Commerce; Woods, John W.