Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 7, 1968


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Blackburn, R. D.
  1
The safe use of herbicides to control aquatic weeds in lakes and ponds
Gallagher, J. E.
  4
Aquatic weed control – year around maintenance
Barrett, A.
  6
Aquatic weeds and man’s well-being
Ferguso, F. F.
  7
Aquatic weed control in Illinois
Hiltibran, R. C.
  11
Aquatic weed control in Florida’s soil and water conservation districts
Bissland, H. R.
  14
Economics of aquatic weed control in the central and southern Florida flood control district
Huser, T. E.
  16
Aquatic weeds of Lake Seminole, Jim Woodruff Reservoir
A.K. Gholson, J
  18
Florida Audubon’s viewpoint on aquatic weed control
Partingon, W. M.
  21
The amino acid composition of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and its value as a protein supplement
Taylor, K. G., and R. C. Robbins
  24
Evaluation of some common aquatic weeds as possible feedstuffs
Boyd, C. E. 
  26
Aquatic plant control and the dollar
Wunderlic, W. E.
  28
Winter Parks Lake weed management program
Blanchard, J.
  30
Harvesting aquatic vegetation
Grinwald, M. E. 
  31
Some problems with aquatic weed herbicides
Burg, F. W. Z.
  33
Marginal emergent aquatics controlled with 2,4-D and molasses
Fletcher, W. E. 
  35
Method of screening chemicals for herbicidal and/or synergistic potential
Bourque, S. H.
  36
Vegetation management in Florida’s drainage systems – The sales, the service, and the savings
Wentzel, R.
  37
Safe – fast ditch herbicide application
McMurray, S. F., and H. Sutton
  39
Control of spatterdock with casoran1
Taylor, J. L. 
  40
Nozzle wear as it affects output in spraying
Cromwell, R. P., and D. S. Harrison
  42
Exploration for natural enemies of the water hyacinth in northern South America and Trinidad
Bennett, F. D., and H. Zwolfer
  44
Article Guidelines    
Minutes   53
Members   55
Bylaws   57
Officers    
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