Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 1, 1962

August
Front Cover    
Certificate of Incorporation   1
Bylaws   2
Diquat – prospective role in aquatic weed control
White, A.C.
  4
Danger to crop plants from herbicides used for aquatic plant control
Montelaro, J.
  4
The relationship of mosquito breeding to aquatic plant production
Mulrennan, J. A.
  6
The effects of aquatic vegetation on fish
Phillippy, C. L.
  7
The value of water hyacinth in the propogation of fish
Tilg, C. N. J.
  8
Herbicidal operations in relation to water supplies
S.N. Finney
  8
Dacamine oleoyl 1, 3 propylene diamine salts of 2,4-D and 2, 4, 5-T
Evard, T. O., and R. J. Marrese
  9
Some effects of 2, 4-D on drinking water quality
Faust, S. D., and O. M. Aly
  10
Effects of water pollution on aquatic vegetation
Wakefield, J. W., and J. William M. Beck
  12
Submersed weed control with aqualin herbicide
Hussey, J. B. 
  12
Formation of an independent tax supported weed control district
Dryden, W., and J. T. W. Miller
  13
Hydrothol for control of aquatic weeds
Frizzell, J. L. 
  14
History of water hyacinth control in Louisiana
Wunderlic, W. E.
  14
Hyacinth – obstruction to navigation
Zeiger, C. F.
  16
Water hyacinth control with amitrol-T.
Gallagher, J. E.
  17
The correlation of mosquito breeding to hyacinth plants
Seabrook, E. L.
  18
History of hyacinth control in Florida
Tabita, A., and J. W. Woods
  19
Aquatic weed control program of the central and southern Florida flood control district
Grant, Z.C.
  24
Eichhornia crassipes Solms
Morton, J. F.
  31
 Identification of common aquatic weeds
Weldon, L. W., and R. D. Blackburn
  32
Meeting Attendees Photo   38
Officers   39
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