Those eelgrass plants look to me to be the wide leaf variety of eel grass - leaves 3/4"-1" wide. Some of the wide leaf species are called jungle eelgrass. These wide leaf varieties (species) grow taller and can get to 6'-8'ft tall in 10'-14' of water and longer than the standard eelgrass (V.americana) 5/16"-3/8"" wide. Be aware of this and I would be planting shorter species. Taller species can be a management problem in smaller waters. Eelgrass is harder to kill with most aquatic herbicides.
Edited by Bill Cody (01/21/18 07:06 PM)
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