Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 11, 1973


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Gates, R. J.
  1
The Florida Department of Natural Resources and its role in aquatic plant research and control
Hudson, J. C.
  2
Current pesticide legislation
Clark, R. P. 
  4
Sale and purchase of herbicides
Clark, R. P.
  6
Pesticides in the aquatic environment
Schouboe, P. J.
  7
Aquatic plant problems in the Walla Walla District
Hesser, E. F., R. W. Lowry, and E. O. Gangstad
  9
The effects of a 2,4-D application on the biota and water quality in Currituck Sound, North Carolina
Whitney, E. W., A. B. Montgomery, and E. C. Martin
  13
Maintenance control of Hydrilla
Downing, F. 
  18
Experience with Eurasian watermilfoil at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland
Fauroat, C. W.
  19
Control of watermilfoil in large Wisconsin lakes
Thompson, T. W. 
  20
Increasing the efficiency of aquatic plant management through processing
Koegel, R. G., S. H. Sy, and H. D. Bruhn
  24
Burning as a supporting treatment in controlling waterhyacinth in the Sudan, I-routine burning
Mohamed, B. F. and F. F. Bebawi
  31
Burning as a supporting management in the control of waterhyacinth in the Sudan, II-backburning
Mohamed, B. F. and F. F. Bebawi
  34
Past and current research on diseases of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.)
Hayslip, H. F. and F. W. Zettler
  38
A zonal leaf spot of waterhyacinth caused by Cephalosporium zonatum
Rintz, R. E. 
  41
Pathogenicity of fungi and bacteria from India to hydrilla and waterhyacinth
Charudattan, R.
  44
Ecological implications of water levels on plant growth in a shallow water reservoir
Hestand, R. S., B. E. May, and D. P. Schultz
  54
Effect of pH and high phosphorus concentrations on growth of waterhyacinth
Haller, W. T., and D. L. Sutton
  59
Controlled-release herbicide-polymer formulations for aquatic weed control
Harris, F. W.
  61
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