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This is one of the most invasive aquatic plants in the world

This extremely invasive plant is a major environmental concern in many countries. But this firm is actually trying to put its properties to good use...

06/04/2019 10:57 AMupdated: 06/04/2019 11:23 AM
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  • Suchindram B.
    05/13/2020 10:34

    I have a pond and it grows there. It can be used as dried fertilizer in plantation or cultivate hybrid magur catfish who eats these things

  • Claudia F.
    05/03/2020 16:55

    That's using your noodle for sure

  • Amoy P.
    05/02/2020 19:31

    How amazing good job

  • Amoy P.
    05/02/2020 19:30

    I love this plant

  • Amoy P.
    05/02/2020 19:29

    In bloom it looks beautiful

  • Aava B.
    04/23/2020 11:41

    It’s brutal, I hate it!

  • Prithvi J.
    04/19/2020 12:21

    Did you know that Hebbal, Bellandur Agram & Madiwala lakes had plenty of them & they would keep it from frothing unlike now- wonder why the National Green tribunal or Honourable High Court of Karnataka did not take notice of this??

  • Paul P.
    04/18/2020 16:58

    Removes metals from the water and also one of the best vegetable sources of methane, which might be a bad thing if you're not collecting it.

  • Rodim G.
    04/18/2020 15:16

    Nothing is wasted or a disadvantage in our world, if human could only spend some times to think where to put them in good purspose or use.

  • Didid L.
    04/18/2020 07:16

    In Indonesia named Eceng gondok. Sometimes it is considered a weed, if it is out of control and cannot recycled.

  • Scott P.
    04/18/2020 04:12

    It is invasive because a human being brought it from another country.

  • Rajani A.
    04/17/2020 09:26

    It's a good fertilizer. Thank you.

  • Mucka V.
    04/16/2020 19:34

    Send in the ducks, 2 ducks destroyed our pond full of lilies - root and all 😕

  • Kim M.
    04/16/2020 19:21

    Thankyou

  • James A.
    04/16/2020 18:41

    make it into alcohol

  • Jeanette L.
    04/16/2020 16:18

    Wow, I was just looking online for some..... but my tiny pond would not sustain such a monster so thanks for posting this!

  • Davida P.
    04/16/2020 16:12

    It’s also edible

  • Jis J.
    04/16/2020 15:31

    Nature never produces useless things ...every thing that it grows has got some great purpose behind it . Just because our knowledge is limited about it , doesn't counts it useless or harm full . Mother nature know how to take care and use of it's products . Dear Humans you can't out smart Mother nature 🌱

  • Gail M.
    04/16/2020 14:55

    Clean it out and compost it into something else...invasive

  • Nicholas C.
    04/16/2020 14:46

    Nice