Archive for Category: Aquatic Vegetation

Hygrophilia Polysperma

Effects and Identification of Hygrophilia Polysperma

Hygrophilia Polysperma – Introduction These invasive plants are one of the 2500 species identified in the Acanthus family of aquatic plants and are native to India and Malaysia. They were brought in the USA for the aquarium industry. In Florida state, the plants were introduced in 1950. Hygrophilia Polysperma is known by various other names-

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aquatic algae vegetation

Aquatic Vegetation in SW Florida: The Good & The Bad

Florida is home to many native and nonnative species of aquatic vegetation, left uncontrolled, they can cause many issues for your lake or pond. Uncontrolled aquatic weeds can lower dissolved oxygen and water flow, harm fish and other wildlife, interfere with fishing, and disrupt boat traffic. With the warm weather in Florida and high nutrients

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