Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 12, 1974

May
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Watson, B. C.
  1
Nomenclature, taxonomy, and distribution of Egeria and Elodea
Solymosy, S. L., and E. O. Gangstad
  3
Rate constants as a diagnostic tool for comparing Hydrilla and Egeria
George, A., J. Reid, D. F. Martin, and I. Marion T. Doig
  5
The effects of a winter drawdown on aquatic vegetation in a shallow water reservoir
Hestand, R. S. and C. C. Carter
  9
Fish populations in dense submersed aquatic plant communities
Barnett, B. S. and R. W. Schneider
  12
Caterpillars of Parapoynx in relation to aquatic plants in Florida
Habeck, D. H.
  15
The utilization of Chara in water management
Denike, T. J. and R. W. Geiger
  18
Effects of silvex on aquatic biota
Whitney, E. W., R. D. Estes, and R. O. Smitherman
  20
The response of duckweed to CO2-laser radiation
Couch, R. W. and E. O. Gangstad
  25
The effect of herbicides on root tip mitosis in waterhyacinth
Dharurkar, R. D. and V. R. Dnyansagar
  26
Uptake of bivert-applied diquat by Hydrilla
Silver, W. S., R. L. Mansell, and J. A. Illingworth
  30
Field uses of invert emulsion
Leslie, E. and Bitting, S.
  34
Herbicide-related changes in phenolic acid content of field-grown Hydrilla
Woodward, R. E., W. S. Silver, and R. L. Mansell
  35
Control of buttonball with picloram
Stanley, R. A., J. A.T. Tabereaux, and T. F. Hall
  38
Control of fragrant waterlily and spatterdock with glyphosate
Riemer, D. N., J. William, and V. Welker
  40
A non-toxic lake management program
Laing, R. L.
  41
Results of testing clean-flo lake cleanserTM in Florida lakes
Trent, L. and B. McArthur
  44
Development of the bottom placement technique for Hydrilla and eelgrass control
McClintock, W. L., J. W. Frye, and W. D. Hogan
  46
Waterhyacinth research in Puerto Rico
Rushing, W. N.
  48
Texas integrated program of biological and chemical control on noxious aquatic vegetation
Guerra, L. V.
  52
Aquatic weed harvesting costs and equipment
Bryant, C. B. 
  53
Preliminary studies on food and growth of white amur fry and fingerlings at Kota, Rajasthan, India
Sharma, K. P. and S. D. Kulshreshtha
  55
Feeding habits of the white amur on waterhyacinth
Baker, G. E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn
  58
Energy balance of white amur fed Egeria
Stanley, J. G. 
  62
Utilization of Hydrilla by the white amur
Sutton, D. L.
  66
Isolates of Penicillium, Aspergillus, and Trichoderma toxic to aquatic plants
Charudattan, R. and C. Y. Lin
  70
Processing and storage of waterhyacinth silage
Bagnall, L. O., J. A. Baldwin, and J. F. Hentges
  73
Preservation and cattle acceptabliity of waterhyacinth silage
Baldwin, J. A., J. J.F. Hentges, and L. O. Bagnall
  79
Nutrient elements for livestock in aquatic plants
Easley, J. F. and R. L. Shirley
  82
Plant nutritional content of some Florida waterhyacinths and response by pearl millet to incorporation of waterhyacinths
Parra, J. V. and C. C. Hortensti
  85
The paper making properties of waterhyacinth
Nolan, W. J. and D. W. Kirmse
  90
Membership List   98
Insecticides and Herbicides   109
Editorial Staff   111
Article Guidelines    
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