Start date: Dec 31, 2011,
End date: Dec 30, 2014
Invasive plants are invasive species generally imported by man that thrive beyond their natural range of dispersal and have a high reproductive capacity. They are usually ornamental plants that are grown ingardens, ponds and aquariums. They overwhelm existing native vegetation and spread mainly in aquatic environments. As a result, invasive plant species invade aquatic environments, pose a threat to biodiversityand disrupt natural ecosystem processes.To solve this, the partners have developed a strategy to fight the proliferation of invasive plants. The strategy goes hand in hand with a communication and awareness campaign on this problem.
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