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Mechanical removal such as cutting, hand pulling or netting is feasible for small infestations, though the ability to propagate from small stem fragments means that repeat clearing will be required, or even that infestations may spread if removal is not adequate. Use of the herbicide diquat has been recommended, although using chemicals in water bodies leads to evident environmental risks. The stocking with certain fish such as grass carp has been suggested, as E. densa is highly palatable, but there are no reports as to the effectiveness of this method.
Although there are positive economic impacts resulting in the trade in aquarium plants including E. densa, this is strongly countered by the costs of control as exercised in many areas where it has become a serious problem. Removal of E. densa from lakes and reservoirs in the USA costs some states several million dollars per annum.