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The saltwater intrusion into marshes will knock back noxious plants such as cattail and giant reed, creating open water (and) allowing for vegetation of higher quality to grow in its absence.
One of the biggest culprits is the invasive weed known as arundo donax, or the giant reed, which clogs the river when water begins to flow.
Cane Hundreds of thousands of acres in the southern U.S., from Florida to California, are infested with an exotic plant known as carrizo cane, or giant reed.
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