Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 8, 1969


May
Front Cover    
The water weed problem in Australia
Bill, S. M.
  1
Elodea control in a potable water supply reservoir
Corning, R. V. and N. S. Prosser
  7
Factors Affecting Control of Florida Elodea With Diquat In Southeast Florida Canals
Mackenzie, John W.
  13
Identification and distribution of certain similar-appearing submersed aquatic weeds in Florida
Blackburn, R. D., R. W. Weldon, R. R. Yeo, and T. M. Taylor
  17
Studies on the control of water hyacinth
Misra, G. and N. Das
  22
Role of the Florida Federation of Women’s (Junior) Clubs in aquatic weed control
Fuge, N. L.
  24
What destiny– aquatic weeds
Mulrennan, J. A.
  26
Let’s communicate–your audience expects it
Edwards, A. V.
  28
Weeds–growing pains of progress
Hogan, W. D.
  30
The Use Of An Amine Salt Of Endothall In Irrigation Canals
Price, Andy
  32
Cost and effectiveness of control of weeds in secondary canals in Dade County, Florida
Hall, B. L.
  34
Preliminary field evaluation of some herbicides applied to roots and foliage of alligatorweed
Fletcher, W. E. 
  36
A new concept in aquatic weed control
Paterson, W. G., and L. A. Errede
  39
County Commissioner’s view of the noxious weed problem
Hafner, E. R.
  42
Submersed aquatic weed control with invert emulsions
Petersen, D. P., and P. W. Kolm
  44
The crisis of our aquatic environment
Hogan, W. D.
  45
The aquatic plant business in relation to infestations of exotic aquatic plants in Florida waters
McLane, W. M.
  48
Chemical, toxicological, and biological properties of endothall
Keckemet, O. 
  50
Observations on the decline of the watermilfoil and other aquatic plants, Maryland, 1962-1967
Elser, H. J.
  52
The ideal agricultural formulation or the practical compromise
Park, J.
  61
Officers    
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