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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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  • Silver B.
    08/05/2019 20:02

    κοιτά δωωωω

  • Shîmêlìs ß.
    08/05/2019 19:33

    ....Now most of our lakes invaded and cause to drying in Ethiopia specially, lake Tana the main origin of Nail river in danger ...just we need the project too.

  • Gregory S.
    08/03/2019 06:55

    It can be a good feeds for ducks and pigs.It can also be used to mould beautiful handicraft.

  • Christine R.
    08/03/2019 02:54

    It is very beautiful

  • John B.
    07/24/2019 19:56

    Can this not be harvested and turned into fertiliser

  • Lucito C.
    07/24/2019 04:48

    Rq

  • Gabriel L.
    07/23/2019 04:35

    aquela do parque das aguas

  • Kat-tin F.
    07/21/2019 10:52

    Can this live in ocean?

  • Jeremy M.
    07/21/2019 05:45

    In my experience A lake with many of this invasive plant, is a sign of many fish in Philippines

  • Alyson A.
    07/19/2019 03:59

    Methane??? Climate change gas???!!

  • Alyson A.
    07/19/2019 03:56

    Amazon's revenge

  • Bob M.
    07/12/2019 14:04

    Can we eat it or use for animal feed/compost ?

  • Billie C.
    07/10/2019 18:35

    Great

  • Nicole W.
    07/09/2019 18:21

    South Africa is infested with this bloody plant!🌱🌱🌱🌱🌍🌱🌱🌱🌱 Please can this business come and harvest it out if all our dams and river systems 🙏🏻

  • Suzanne G.
    07/05/2019 01:42

    Excellent!!

  • David P.
    07/05/2019 01:36

    Toilet paper ?

  • Carol P.
    07/04/2019 07:57

    It obviously has it's advantages but also disadvantages which need to be managed by businesses with money behind them.

  • Nirmali S.
    07/04/2019 04:42

    biodegradable packaging option is good.

  • Lesvia G.
    07/03/2019 18:02

    ,

  • Jane G.
    07/03/2019 01:31

    Wish they'd come up with a good use for Kudzu.... we have plenty in North Georgia!