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Controlling the cost of controlling invasive plants

Of all the invasive plants in Florida’s waterways, hydrilla costs the most to contain – $66 million over a seven-year period, a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) researcher says. But UF/IFAS researchers are finding new ways to use less chemical treatment, and thus less money, to manage hydrilla. From 2008…

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