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  • UF/IFAS researchers are putting plants into Lake Apopka. The plants will help stabilize the lake’s sediment, keeping it on the bottom and out of the water. That allows sunlight to get reach deeper in the water, increasing photosynthesis rates and survival of young plants, Reynolds said.
    courtesy, UF/IFAS
    UF/IFAS researchers are putting plants into Lake Apopka. The plants will help stabilize the lake’s sediment, keeping it on the bottom and out of the water. That allows sunlight to get reach deeper in the water, increasing photosynthesis rates and survival of young plants, Reynolds said.
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