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South Africa – Focus on Invasive Aquatic Plants
Invasive aquatic plants cost South Africa millions of rands every year to control. The most problematic species are alien ornamentals that have spread from garden ponds. Their prolific growth is in direct response to nutrient-enriched/polluted waters and the absence of natural enemies.

One of the major problems in the fight against invasive aquatic plants is that infestations often spread alarmingly before their danger is realized. This may be because the identity of the plant is not known early enough or alternatively because it is not recognized that the plant constitutes a potential danger.

 
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Lake Hopatcong Weed Harvesting Haul Nearly Triples from Last Year - Dan Bello, who is supervising the weed control program for the state park, told the Lake Hopatcong Commission on July 21 that the weed harvesters on Lake Hopatcong brought in 800 tons of weeds between June 6 and July 18. According to Bello, that averages about 27 cubic yards a day. In comparison, last year only about 270 tons of weeds were harvested by July 18.


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