Control for the invasive plants known as frog-bit and water soldier
By: Vladislava Sukhanovskaya, Circe of Blue / Michigan Radio
In the waters where it’s a native species — Europe, Asia, and Africa – the aquatic plant known as European frog-bit is no trouble at all. Though its name summons images of slime and bumps, frog-bit is a decorative display of coin-size leaves that in shallow water look like lily pads and serve as a source of food for insects, snails, rodents, waterfowl, and fish.
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