The presented bush greenery in Rwanda was investigated and the danger of intrusion was surveyed in view of the species' motivations of presentation. The outcomes demonstrated that more than half of intrusive outsider bushes in Rwanda were presented as ornamentals. They incorporate Agave History of the U.S L., Bryophyllum prolife rum Bowie ex Snare. Not with standing, these spoke to just 3.16% of the aggregate number of presented fancy bushes. When the study was directed, no presented sustenance edit had ended up obtrusive. Species presented for purposes other than nourishment or culinary utilize demonstrated higher probability of getting to be intrusive.

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