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Scientists Discover a New Invasive Plant on the Connecticut River
Scientists with the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Invasive Aquatic Plant Program have discovered a new strain of an the invasive plant Hydrilla on the Connecticut River.

Scientists determined that the hydrilla was “a strain genetically distinct from any yet found in North America,” according to the experiment station. The river runs from the Canadian border to Long Island Sound.

The agricultural experiment station then conducted a “comprehensive survey of the Connecticut River from Haddam to Long Island Sound in 2019 and found 189 acres of the weed.


 
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