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Torpedo Grass

Out of all of the invasive types of weeds that can be found in lawns, flowerbeds, or even in waterways, Panicum repens, or more commonly known as torpedo grass, is the most persistent and resilient. Often considered one of the world’s worst weeds, it’s difficult to...

Sargassum

It may seem like the only bodies of water affected by overgrown aquatic plants and weeds are ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers. However, oceans and shores can be affected by too much plant life as well. Sargassum, a brown, flexible type of macro-algae (or seaweed) can...

Hydrilla

Out of the hundreds of types of aquatic plants, one of the most resistant towards salinity is hydrilla, also known as Esthwaite Waterweed or waterthyme. With Old World origins in Asia, Europe, Africa, and Australia, the slender and strong hydrilla was later introduced...

Eurasian Milfoil

In ponds, lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water there is such a variety of vegetation and wildlife offered that provides an ecological balance. However, sometimes the balance can be overthrown with invasive species. Invasive aquatic plants can be some of the most...