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Sugar Plantation in Southeastern Africa
A sugar plantation in Southeastern Africa purchased a Swamp Devil Aquatic Vegetation Cutter (weed cutter) to open up chocked passageways in their sugar plantation irrigation system.

Rivers, streams, and canals meander through the wetland where the sugar plants grow. Sediments built up over the years and the shallow areas were colonized by aquatic and terrestrial plants, such as hippo grass and papyrus. Water intakes could no longer draw water and send it where it was needed. The water flow was completely impeded in many places, causing flash floods and heavy rain events.

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Invasive and Now Not - July 1st marked the end of a ban on the use of felt-soled waders in order to prevent the spread of a type of algae called “rock snot.” The algae were thought to be invasive in the Northeast, but researchers have now concluded the aquatic algae are in fact native to the northern United States.


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