State rejects proposal to let hydrilla spread in Lake Apopka

Source: Orlando Sentinel June 24, 2012

The Florida agency responsible for fish and wildlife has decided to pass on a controversial proposal that would have allowed an invasive aquatic plant known as hydrilla to infest more of Lake Apopka, where it survives now in spite of regular dousing with weed killer.


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