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Re: [APD] Plant Fest 2005 Crypt hunt
This weed is rare in the USA's water ways.
Aquatic Weeds are not particularly rare where there is water.
From: Derek Parr <derekparr at earthlink_net>
Sent: Jun 9, 2005 10:08 AM
To: Thomas Barr <tcbiii at earthlink_net>,
aquatic plants digest <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
Subject: Re: [APD] Plant Fest 2005 Crypt hunt
i don't know about the west coast, but in the southeast you don't have
to go far to see invasive plants taking over various water ways.
Granted, I've yet to see a pond or lake taken over by crypts yet, but
I've seen several heavily infested with parrot's feather and others.
btw.. not to say i wouldn't enjoy going on that trip.. but I got other
Thomas Barr wrote:
> I have word that the invasive Cryptocoryne are still present at Rainbow Springs.
> This is a rare opportunity to understand why I call so many aquatic plants, "weeds" and to view them as they might grow in natural systems.
> Tom Barr
> 3rd Annual Florida Plant Fest July 8-14th!
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