Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 9 1971


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Cohee, P.R.
  1
Remarks relating to the current environmental crisis
Koisch, F.P.
  2
Problems in clearance and registration of herbicides for aquatic areas
Walker, C. R. 
5
Uptake of copper by waterhyacinth
Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn
18
Extraction of protein from waterhyacinth
Taylor, K. G., R. P. Bates, and R. C. Robbins
20
Resume of studies and control of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) in the Tennessee Valley from 1960-1969
Smith, G. E. 
23
Aquatic weed problems in estuarine areas
Steenis, J. H.
25
Effect of sewage effluent on growth of five vascular aquatic species
Scarsbrook, E. and D. E. Davis
26
Prognosis for control of water hyacinth by arthropods
Coulson, J. R.
31
Nitrification of aquatic weed tissues in soil
Riemer, D.N. and Toth, S.J.
  34
Potential control of Florida elodea by nutrient-control agents
Martin, D. F., I. Marion T. Doig, and D. K. Millard
36
Nutritional value of water hyacinth in channel catfish feeds
Liang, J. K. and R. T. Lovell
40
Hazards from residues of herbicides in water
Bill, S. M.
44
Aquatic plant control program
Gangstad, E. O.
46
Summary of aquatic weed survey and control date for Volta Lake during 1969
Pierce, P. C. and A. Opoku
49
Phytotoxicity of four formulations of the alkylamine salt of endothall on Hydrilla verticillata and fish
Blackburn, R. D., K. A. Boyer, and C. E. Timmer
55
Nutrients and their relationship to weed and algal growths
Mackenthu, K. M.
58
The accumulation and loss of field-applied butoxyethanol ester of 2,4-D acid in eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica and soft-shell
Rawls, C. K.
62
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