Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 8B, 1970


July
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Wilson, F.
  1
Uptake of Diquat in parrotfeather
Sutton, D. L. and S. W. Bingham
  2
Control of Hydrilla verticillata
Blackburn, R. D. and L. W. Weldon
  4
Alligatorweed control with Visco-Rhap
Snow, H. P.
  9
Insects attacking water hyacinth in the West Indies, British Honduras and the USA
Bennett, F. D.
  10
A survey of aquatic plants in the cross-Florida barge canal
Achuff, P. L. and C. F. Zeiger
  14
Who needs weeds? 
Gates, R. J.
  16
On the pathogenicty of Myrothecium roridum – eichhornia crassipes isolate
Ponnappa, K. M. 
  18
Aquatic weed control with a new controlled release aquatic herbicide system
Geiger, R. W. and W. G. Paterson
  21
UNESCO meeting of ecology and control of aquatic vegetation December 16-18, 1968, Paris
Timmons, F. L. 1970
  23
Eutrophication and aquatic weeds
Sheffield, C. W.
  26
Submersed weed control with available tools
Price, A. L.
  28
Mechanics of spray application
Wilson, F. L.
  29
Submersed aquatic vegetation in Louisiana
Wunderlic, W. E.
  31
Control of hydrilla by the strip method
L.E. Bitting, S.
  33
Nutrient removal potentials of various aquatic plants
Steward, K. K.
  34
Mechanical and herbicidal lake weed management
Blanchard, J. L.
  36
Aquatic weed harvesting – effects and costs
Bryant, C. B.
  37
Effect of aquatic plants on medium sized canals
Gordon, S. and  Mobley, J.
  40
Seasonal changes in the proximate composition of some common aquatic weeds
Boyd, C. E. and R. D. Blackburn
  42
Lake Apopka and aquatic weeds
Sheffield, C. W. and R. T. Kaleel
  45
Aquatic weeds and water pollution
Patton, V. D. and W. E. Starnes
  48
The history, spread and present distribution of some immigrant aquatic weeds in New England
Countryman, W. D. 
  50
The commercial application of Acrolein
Johnson, C. P.
  53
Aquatic weed control in the United States
Gallagher, J. E.
  54
Herbicide Names   60
Article Guidelines    
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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
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 7, 1968


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Blackburn, R. D.
  1
The safe use of herbicides to control aquatic weeds in lakes and ponds
Gallagher, J. E.
  4
Aquatic weed control – year around maintenance
Barrett, A.
  6
Aquatic weeds and man’s well-being
Ferguso, F. F.
  7
Aquatic weed control in Illinois
Hiltibran, R. C.
  11
Aquatic weed control in Florida’s soil and water conservation districts
Bissland, H. R.
  14
Economics of aquatic weed control in the central and southern Florida flood control district
Huser, T. E.
  16
Aquatic weeds of Lake Seminole, Jim Woodruff Reservoir
A.K. Gholson, J
  18
Florida Audubon’s viewpoint on aquatic weed control
Partingon, W. M.
  21
The amino acid composition of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and its value as a protein supplement
Taylor, K. G., and R. C. Robbins
  24
Evaluation of some common aquatic weeds as possible feedstuffs
Boyd, C. E. 
  26
Aquatic plant control and the dollar
Wunderlic, W. E.
  28
Winter Parks Lake weed management program
Blanchard, J.
  30
Harvesting aquatic vegetation
Grinwald, M. E. 
  31
Some problems with aquatic weed herbicides
Burg, F. W. Z.
  33
Marginal emergent aquatics controlled with 2,4-D and molasses
Fletcher, W. E. 
  35
Method of screening chemicals for herbicidal and/or synergistic potential
Bourque, S. H.
  36
Vegetation management in Florida’s drainage systems – The sales, the service, and the savings
Wentzel, R.
  37
Safe – fast ditch herbicide application
McMurray, S. F., and H. Sutton
  39
Control of spatterdock with casoran1
Taylor, J. L. 
  40
Nozzle wear as it affects output in spraying
Cromwell, R. P., and D. S. Harrison
  42
Exploration for natural enemies of the water hyacinth in northern South America and Trinidad
Bennett, F. D., and H. Zwolfer
  44
Article Guidelines    
Minutes   53
Members   55
Bylaws   57
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 6, 1967


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Gorman, J. D.
2
Formulation and use of invert emulsions and other herbicides
Kirch, J. H.
3
Stull bifluid spray system
Peterson, D. P., and R. E. Burgdorff
6
The hercules invert spray system
Cohee, P. R.
8
Vistik, the new thickener for improved drift control and increased equipment efficiency
Fox, C. J.
10
The use of the helicopter in applying herbicides to aquatic weeds
Perdue, W. J. 
11
Federal registration of herbicides
Alford, H. G.
12
The Florida pest control act
Nipp, L. 
14
Eurasian watermilfoil – Florida’s new underwater menace
Blackburn, R. D., and L. W. Weldon
15
Eurasian watermilfoil a rapidly spreading water plant
Steenis, J. H.
18
Control of Chara with CASORON AQ
Taylor, J. L. 
19
Commercial aquatic weed control in the southeastern United States
Price, A. L.
20
Economic aspects of weed control in the lakes of Winter Park, Florida
Blanchard, J. L.
21
The use of machinery in the control of aquatic vegetation
Wunderlic, W. E.
22
A comparison of various methods for the control of Florida elodea in Orange County, Florida
Guppy, R. H. 
24
Objectives and limitations of various agencies in aquatic weed control
Zeiger, C. F.
26
The role of aquatic weeds in mosquito control
Wilson, F.
26
Water hyacinth for nutrient removal
Sheffield, C. W.
27
Biological control of alligatorweed with Agasicles n. sp. in Florida
Zeiger, C. F. 
31
Evapotranspiration and pollution of water by water hyacinth
Timmer, C. E., and L. W. Weldon
34
Elodea control in southeast Florida with diquat
Mackenzie, J. W., and L. Hall
37
Final report on the use of concentrated sulfuric acid for the control of Florida elodea (Hydrilla verticillata)
Phillippy, C. L. 
45
The results of selected aquatic herbicides on Elodea in South Florida
Ware, F. J., and J. D. Gorman
48
Methods and equipment used by a commercial applicator
Barett, A.
50
Article Guidelines    
Bylaws    
Members    
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 5, 1966


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Grant, Z. C.
  1
The Panama Canal’s aquatic weed problem
Hearne, J. S. 
  1
Training for the safe use of herbicides in aquatic plant control
Zeiger, C. F.
  5
Practical suggestions for a large scale aquatic weed control project
Wunderlic, W. E.
  6
Progress report on the control of Elodea in Dade County, Florida canals with diquat
MacKenzie, J. W.
  10
Use of invert emulsion formulations in aquatic weed control
Weldon, L. W., R. D. Blackburn, and H. T. D. Rigo
  12
A progress report on the use of sulfuric acid treatment for Elodea control
Phillippy, C. L.
  15
The use of copper sulfate as a method of partial control of elodea (Elodea densa) in Lake Thonotosassa, Florida
Ware, F. J. 
  17
Outlook for weed control activities
Blakey, H. L.
  18
CASORON, a new aquatic herbicide
Taylor, J. L.
  20
The effect of herbicide damage on private farming interests
Hamilton, E. G.
  21
Aquatic weed control in the sub-drainage districts of the Florida Everglades
Rogers, J. D., and J. W. Doty
  26
Control of several marginal emergent aquatics with 2, 4-D and molasses
Hayes, S.
  29
Elodea
Abramson, S. C.
  30
Weed control problems in the East Volusia mosquito control district
Braddock, W. B. 
  31
Recommended herbicides for the five regions of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Phillippy, C. L.
  32
Control of Elodea in a residential situation
Blackburn, R. D., L. E. Bitting
  36
1966 Members   39
Business Meeting Minutes   40
Article Guidelines    
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 4, 1965


August
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Woods, J. W.
  1
Water intake system for airboats
Zeigler, C. F.
  1
Vacuum system used to fill chemical tanks
Zeigler, C. F.
  2
Results of various aquatic weed control measures tested in Leon County, Florida
Blanchard, J. H.
  3
Identification of aquatic weeds
Lawrence, J. M., and L. W. Weldon
  5
Status report on diquat and paraquat as aquatic herbicides
White, A. C.
  18
An aquatic application service
Younger, R. R.
  19
A method of drift free spraying of water weeds
Little, E. C. S.
  20
The use of acrolein for the control of Elodea
Seabrook, E. L., and L. E. Scherer
  22
Florida’s county chemical education groups
Myers, F. E.
  23
How private companies can effectively and profitably use aquatic weed killers
Johnson, C. P.
  24
What is an aquatic herbicide? Money, time, luck, hard work and planning
Gallagher, J. E.
  25
The role of the Florida Department of Agriculture in the regulation of pesticides
Winterle, E. R.
  28
The world wide distribution of the water hyacinth
Little, E. C. S.
  30
Bylaws   34
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 3, 1964


August
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Friedman, H. J. 
  1
Florida and hyacinth control
Aldrich, A. D.
  1
Aquatic plant control
Raynes, J. J. 
  2
Water hyacinth in Louisiana
Wunderlich, W. E.
  4
Amchem aquatic weed control program
Gallagher, J. E.
  8
Program your aquatic weed control needs
Lichy, C. T.
  9
The Rhap-Trol spray system – A new technique for applying invert emulsion
Ogle, R. E.
  16
Florida Department of Agriculture’s position on parasites and predators introduced into Florida for biological control
Denmark, H. A.
  16
Certain environmental factors that may affect the growth of submersed aquatic weeds in Florida canals
Blackburn, R. D., P. F. White, and L. W. Weldon
  20
Hyacinth control in Lee County
Miller, T. W.
  20
Hazards encountered in herbicide use
Orsenigo, D. J.
  21
Use 2,4-D safely
Orsenigo, D. J.
  22
Strict liability
Wershow, J. S.
  25
Conservation of Floridas natural resources
Tilghm, C. N. J.
  26
Bylaws   30
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 3, 1964

August
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Friedman, H. J. 
  1
Florida and hyacinth control
Aldrich, A. D.
  1
Aquatic plant control
Raynes, J. J. 
  2
Water hyacinth in Louisiana
Wunderlich, W. E.
  4
Amchem aquatic weed control program
Gallagher, J. E.
  8
Program your aquatic weed control needs
Lichy, C. T.
  9
The Rhap-Trol spray system – A new technique for applying invert emulsion
Ogle, R. E.
  16
Florida Department of Agriculture’s position on parasites and predators introduced into Florida for biological control
Denmark, H. A.
  16
Certain environmental factors that may affect the growth of submersed aquatic weeds in Florida canals
Blackburn, R. D., P. F. White, and L. W. Weldon
  20
Hyacinth control in Lee County
Miller, T. W.
  20
Hazards encountered in herbicide use
Orsenigo, D. J.
  21
Use 2,4-D safely
Orsenigo, D. J.
  22
Strict liability
Wershow, J. S.
  25
Conservation of Floridas natural resources
Tilghm, C. N. J.
  26
Bylaws   30
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 2, 1963

August
Front Cover    
Pre-emergence herbicides for treatment of ditches in residential areas
Wilson, F.
  1
A system for injecting 2, 4-D into an airboat spray system
Myers, V. W.
  1
A method of preserving aquatic vegetation
Phillippy, C. C. 
  2
Effects of erosion on farm lands  and  river front along the St. Johns River
Maltby, H.
  5
Field experiments with silvex and amitrol-T for aquatic weed control
Zieger, C. F.
  8
The St. Johns River hyacinth story
Tilg, C. N. J.
  13
Insurance coverages applicable to hyacinth control programs
J.B. Johnson
  14
Crop damage A hazard of herbicide use
Orsenigo, D. J. R.
  15
Aerial application of herbicides
Woods, J. W.
  20
Bylaws   22
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 1, 1962

August
Front Cover    
Certificate of Incorporation   1
Bylaws   2
Diquat – prospective role in aquatic weed control
White, A.C.
  4
Danger to crop plants from herbicides used for aquatic plant control
Montelaro, J.
  4
The relationship of mosquito breeding to aquatic plant production
Mulrennan, J. A.
  6
The effects of aquatic vegetation on fish
Phillippy, C. L.
  7
The value of water hyacinth in the propogation of fish
Tilg, C. N. J.
  8
Herbicidal operations in relation to water supplies
S.N. Finney
  8
Dacamine oleoyl 1, 3 propylene diamine salts of 2,4-D and 2, 4, 5-T
Evard, T. O., and R. J. Marrese
  9
Some effects of 2, 4-D on drinking water quality
Faust, S. D., and O. M. Aly
  10
Effects of water pollution on aquatic vegetation
Wakefield, J. W., and J. William M. Beck
  12
Submersed weed control with aqualin herbicide
Hussey, J. B. 
  12
Formation of an independent tax supported weed control district
Dryden, W., and J. T. W. Miller
  13
Hydrothol for control of aquatic weeds
Frizzell, J. L. 
  14
History of water hyacinth control in Louisiana
Wunderlic, W. E.
  14
Hyacinth – obstruction to navigation
Zeiger, C. F.
  16
Water hyacinth control with amitrol-T.
Gallagher, J. E.
  17
The correlation of mosquito breeding to hyacinth plants
Seabrook, E. L.
  18
History of hyacinth control in Florida
Tabita, A., and J. W. Woods
  19
Aquatic weed control program of the central and southern Florida flood control district
Grant, Z.C.
  24
Eichhornia crassipes Solms
Morton, J. F.
  31
 Identification of common aquatic weeds
Weldon, L. W., and R. D. Blackburn
  32
Meeting Attendees Photo   38
Officers   39
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