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10:12; color; sound, V-242 S. 1825 Box 1, #2
This film documents the threat hydrilla presents to Florida waterways. Captain Ken Alvarez of the Florida Board of Parks comments on the hydrilla's destructive effects on the native aquatic environment. The film explains the plant's survival traits and details how it spreads to new areas. The film seeks to educate viewers in preventing the spread of the water weed to the Tennessee Valley Watershed. Produced by the Tennessee Valley Authority.
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