Suppressing aquatic weeds in Lake Okeechobee

Exotic visitors to Florida sporting snouts, scales, fins, feathers, fur, or foliage tend to hunker down, divide and multiply, and foreclose on native flora and fauna. As of 2010, 1,392 non-native plant species were identified in South Florida alone, and of those, 69 are priorities for control.


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