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Can weed grow underwater

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maryanne3087 said:
I’m going to assume the roots won’t receive enough oxygen and I’m also going to assume the plant won’t have any way to transpire water/exchange gases as the stomata are meant to be be dry in terrestrial plants.

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maryanne3087 said:
I’m going to assume the roots won’t receive enough oxygen and I’m also going to assume the plant won’t have any way to transpire water/exchange gases as the stomata are meant to be be dry in terrestrial plants.

good idea! i’ll dig out an air pump and airstones and stick em so the bubbles are hitting the foliage as much as possible

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Can weed grow underwater

Illinois pondweed is similar to American pondweed, and can be easily confused. Leaves are oval in shape and float on the surface of the water, and are attached to a long stem.

Wild Celery, also called tape or eel grass. Leaves are ribbon like and dark green. Looks similar to turf grass but grows two to three times larger.

Submerged aquatic plants lack stem rigidity when removed from the water, are generally rooted and in most cases, make up the majority of nuisance conditions that interfere with human activities. Keep in mind prior to treating submerged plants that they can be a driving force to maintaining water quality by providing oxygen, long-term storage of nutrients, fish cover and a valuable food source for wildlife. At least 15 to 20% of a pond’s or lake’s surface area should contain aquatic submerged plants.

Large Leaf Pondweed Management and Control

Floating-leaf pondweed has both floating and submersed leaves. The floating leaves are heart-shaped while the submersed are long and narrow.

Hydrilla is an exotic plant that easily grows to the surface and forms dense mats. The stems are long and branched. The leaves grow in whorls of four to eight. Looks very similar to Brazilian Elodea.

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Elodea (Water Weed) Management & Control

Common in the Naiad family, bushy pondweed is sometimes confused with chara. Leaves are tapered to a fine point with tiny spines. Also, known as Southern Naiad or Brittle Pondweed.

Fanwort prefers lakes and ponds, but can also grow in rivers, streams, sloughs and ditches. Fanwort forms dense stands interfering with swimming, boating and clogging drainage systems.