Crassula helmsii: Bury plants
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Lightproof barriers have been shown to be effective in removing C. helmsii in some cases, and burying the plant under soil could be another potential approach. This could be carried out at the same time as creating a new pond, using the soil that is dug out to fill in a C. helmsii-infested water body. Studies investigating the use of burying with soil once a lightproof barrier has been put in place are discussed in ‘Use lightproof barriers’.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Control of Freshwater Invasive Species
Control of Freshwater Invasive Species - Published 2017
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