Vegetation Issues

Hydrilla will be back and Property Owners need to know compare and contrast essay topics the extent of the problem so we all can work on a solution. This photo on the left shows Hydrilla on the surface of Lake Conroe in 2005. The photo on the right shows what could become common around the lake as this is one of the plant varieties planted by Texas Parks and Wildlife (TP&W) and considered as “beneficial plants”.

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Brushy Pond Weed

Currently, the lake does not have a spreading Hydrilla threat. The previous stockings of White Amur are keeping acreage to controllable limits. As these fish shrink in numbers, more will be added when Hydrilla density begins to increase.