Aerial of Sprayed Plants

A swath of dead Brazilian pepper plant borders native trees that were valued and not sprayed in the restoration of Lake Okeechobee. The spray is targeted to only kill the plants <br />
they do not want. The pepper plant as well as melaleuca took over 500,000 acres of South Florida wetlands before restoration began. South Florida Water Conservation and the Everglades National Park are embarked on the largest wetlands restoration attempted--and the most expensive.

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