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Task Force to Take on Water Celery
Ron Risum obtained water celery or Vietnamese parsley from fellow members of his garden club to add to his aquatic plant collection. But it became apparent to Risum that the plant was something more than just another ornamental. The plant had survived the tough Wisconsin winter and was quickly spreading through his garden.

Seeing how it had spread so dramatically this spring in his garden, he checked with his friend and neighbor whose mother obtained the plant from a friend in South Carolina and planted it in her own small pond. Upon visiting he saw no water celery but when he walked down to a ditch at the back of the lot, he found the banks buried beneath the plant.

 
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