Researchers state destruction endeavors on the water hyacinth, "Emboch", which has truly shaken the biological system of Lake Tana, may not bring manageable and attractive result except if the underlying drivers for the invasion are tended to as quickly as time permits.
Tadese Fetahi Associate Professor of Aquatic Ecology at Addis Ababa University says despite the fact that it is obvious that the issue increased due consideration cross country with the constant endeavors of various partners, the main drivers for the development of the intrusive Emboch has been unnoticed.
As indicated by him supplements and scant assets are the main considerations that have kept the weed spreading and made bottlenecks on the annihilation endeavors.
Subsequently, the circumstance has been spreading on different lakes in the nation regardless of whether the volume and pace of harm are extraordinary, he includes.
Tadesse notes overabundance accessibility of phosphorus and nitrogen, which are basic supplements for photosynthesis or essential creation in the amphibian framework, permits intrusive weeds, for example, water hyacinth to forcefully utilize the accessible assets and effectively set up in the framework. Such anthropogenic enhancement of supplements is called eutrophication or supplement contamination.