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The fairy fern or floating water fern (Azolla filiculoides) is an aquatic plant with delicate fern-like foliage. The plant originates in the Americas, but was introduced into the UK in around 1840 as an ornamental garden aquatic. The plant soon escaped the confines of ponds and into the wider environment where it now causes considerable problems to anglers and Water Managers.
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Controlling the mile-a-minute weed
Controlling the noxious Russian knapweed in the US
Keeping Florida’s waterways unclogged
Looking for a treatment to halt the spread of rhododendron
by A Bailey, D Chandler, W Grant, J Greaves, G Prince, M Tatchell
28 October 2010
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