Plant IdentittiesSubmergent Weeds

Leaves are broad and oval. It is often mistaken for Hydrilla. The leaves are dark green blade-like and are in whorls of three. Whorls are compact near the growth tip with spacing between the whorls gradually increasing as you go down the stem.

Concerns: Can inhibit recreational activities such as swimming, boating and fishing.

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