Sugar cane water runoff pollution over-propagates the wrong species

Pollution from spraying tainted water over fields of sugar cane pouring out of a excess water drain.

Sugar cane water runoff pollutes because the fertilizer it uses causes the wrong species of plants like the cat tail to over-propagate, and thus overwhelm a stable ecosystem, choking off water and nutrients to sustain the growth of healthy plants necessary for a stable ecosystem.

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