Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata
(hydrilla)
Plants
Exotic

22 results for Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2981 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field North Carolina Division of Water resources estimates that chemical control of hydrilla in one lake... 10435
2982 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Delaware spends approximately $55,000 to control hydrilla (1995). 10435
3064 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Economic study on Orange Lake in North Central Florida indicated that the economic activity... 33833
7057 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Florida spends roughly $20 million annually to control Hydrilla verticillata. 31413
7058 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Worldwide economic impacts of Hydrilla verticillata include impacts relating to... 28029
7059 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata interferes with a wide variety of commercial operations. Thick mats... 42122
7060 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field During 1991, Hydrilla verticillata at Lake Moultrie, South Carolina shut down the St.... 28606
7061 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Boat marinas have been reported closed for extended periods on the Potomac River, Virginia; Lake... 28606
7066 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata impedes water flow and The stagnant water left after the slowing and... 42108
7067 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata reduces value of shorefront property. 42124
7068 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational N/A Hydrilla verticillata is marketed and sold as a health product. 42125
7070 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata provides food supplies for waterfowl in areas with degraded... 42108
7071 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Hydrilla verticillata is eaten by waterfowl and fish. Some studies support the view that... 42127
7072 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Some sport fishermen argue that Hydrilla verticillata benefits largemouth bass habitat.... 33831
7073 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Hydrilla verticillata is eaten by waterfowl, and maintaining hydrilla populations is... 42128
7074 Hydrilla verticillata Other Observational Field Hydrilla verticillata provides important habitat for a number of mosquito species. 42129
9234 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A In the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, Florida, USA, the net costs of Hydrilla verticillata... 42773
9235 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Florida state entities have invested around $250 million over the last three decades in the waters... 42777
9236 Hydrilla verticillata Other Experimental Laboratory Phytol was isolated from Hydrilla verticillata, which has surfactant activity and... 42769
9237 Hydrilla verticillata Other Experimental Laboratory The results from the experiment revealed that Hydrilla verticillata was able to be... 42774
9238 Hydrilla verticillata Other Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata has diverse therapeutic applications, including enhancing nutrition... 42768
9239 Hydrilla verticillata Other Experimental Laboratory Hydrilla verticillata was a good source of Cu, Mn, Co, and Zn. Research suggests that... 41790

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