Hydrilla invading Eno River in North Carolina

From the News & Observer

by Kara Bettis

The invasive aquatic plant hydrilla is moving down the Eno River at a rate of 1 mile per year and could begin to hamper boating and other recreational activities in Falls Lake in 12 years, according to researchers at N.C. State University and the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.

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