Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 44, 2006

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A review of grass carp use for aquatic weed control and its impact on water bodies.
I. Pipalova
  1
Herbicide trials for the control of parrotsfeather
Deborah E. Hofstra, P.D. Champion, and T.M. Douglas
  13
Effects of a low-dose fluridone treatment on submersed aquatic vegetation in a eutrophic Minnesota lake dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil and coontail
Ray D. Valley, W. Crowell, C.H. Welling, and N. Proulx
  19
Littoral habitat heterogeneity and shifts in plant composition relative to a fall whole-lake fluridone application in Perch Lake, MI
Christine L. Pedlow, E.D. Dibble, and K.D. Getsinger
  26
Impact of management on the sprouting of dioecious hydrilla tubers
M.D. Netherland and W.T. Haller
  32
Nursery Production techniques for obligate wetland species
Kimberly K. Moore, L. Fisher, and D.L. Sutton
  37
Control costs, operation, and permitting issues for non-chemical plant control:  Case studies in the San Francisco Bay-Delta region, California
Ben K. Greenfield, M. Blankinship, and T.J. McNabb
  40
Evaluation of waterhyacinth survival and growth in the Sacramento Delta, California, following cutting
D.F. Spencer, G.G. Ksander, M.J. Donovan, P.S. Liow, W.K. Chan, B.K. Greenfield, S.B. Shonkoff, and S.P. Andrews
  50
Evaluation impacts of Lake MaidTM plant control
Nicole David, Ben K. Greenfield, and Geoffrey S. Siemering
  60
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Effect of Carfentrazone-ethyl on Three Aquatic Macrophytes
Lee Ann M. Glomski, Angela G. Poovey, and Kurt D. Getsinger
  67
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Evaluating the feasibility of planting aquatic plants in shallow lakes in the Mississippi Delta
Peter C. Smily, Jr., and Eric D. Dibble
  73
Feasibility of an implantable capsule for limiting lifespan of grass carp
R. Mathew Thomas, L.E. Miranda, and J.P. Kirk
  80
Fish and macroinvertebrates in lowland drainage canals with and without grass carp
Brendan J. Hicks, H.J. Bannon, and R.D.S. Wells
  89
Management of hydrilla in the Santee Cooper reservoirs, South Carolina: Experiences from 1982 to 2004.
James P. Kirk, and J.E. Henderson
  98
Angler awareness of aquatic invasive species in Manitoba
Cory J. Lindgren
  103
Water nutrients, plant nutrients, and indicators of biological control on waterhyacinth at Texas field sites
Patrick J. Moran
  109
Biological control of giant salvinia in East Texas waterways and the impact on dissolved oxygen levels
Daniel Flores and J.W. Carlson
  115
Efficacy of diquat on submersed plants treated under simulated flowing water conditions
John G. Skogerboe, K.D. Getsinger, and L.M. Glomski
  122
Effects of copper chelating agents on diquat activity in diquat resistant landoltia
Tyler J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
  125
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Effects of repeated fluridone treatments over nine years to control Eurasian watermilfoil in a mesotrphic lake
Wendy J. Crowell, N.A. Proulx, and C.H. Welling
  133
Carfentrazone-ethyl for control of giant salvinia
Lee Ann M. Glomski and K.D. Getsinger
  136
The re-growth capacity of sago pondweed following mechanical cutting
Kris D. Bal, S. Van Belleghem, E. de Deckere, and P. Meire
  139
Host plant preference of Mansonia mosquitoes
A. Ghosh, D. Biswas, and S.N. Chatterjee
  142
Viability of hydrilla fragments exposed to different levels of insect herbivory
Chetta S. Owens, M.J. Grodowitz, R.M. Smart, N.E. Harms, and J.M. Nachtrieb
  145
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