The South Florida Water Management District released about 8,300 grass-eating carp in a Homestead canal Monday to control invasive hydrilla. The sterile fish were farm-raised in Arkansas.
The South Florida Water Management District released about 8,300 grass-eating carp in a Homestead canal Monday to control invasive hydrilla. The sterile fish were farm-raised in Arkansas. Vena Valdez South Florida Water Management District
The South Florida Water Management District released about 8,300 grass-eating carp in a Homestead canal Monday to control invasive hydrilla. The sterile fish were farm-raised in Arkansas. Vena Valdez South Florida Water Management District

Weed-feasting carp released in South Florida canals

December 15, 2014 04:52 PM

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