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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 17, 1979


June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Lee, D. V.
1
Management of Elodea in Australian irrigation systems
Bowmer, K. H., G. R. Sainty, G. Smith, and K. Shaw
4
British Columbia aquatic plant management program
Newroth, P. R.
12
Assessment of aquatic weed problems
Mitchell, D. S. 
19
Formulating aquatic weed management programs
Mitchell, D.S.
  22
A new approach for Salvinia control
Diatloff, G., A. N. Lee, T. M. Anderson
24
Fluridone, a new herbicide for aquatic plant management
McCowan, M. C., C. L. Young, S. D. West, S. J. Parka, and W. R. Arnold
27
Fluridone – a new aquatic herbicide
Arnold, W.R.
  30
The use of multiple inversion and clean-flo lake cleanser in controlling aquatic plants
Laing, R. L.
33
Establishment of waterhyacinth weevil populations in Louisiana
Manning, J. H.
39
Observations on the biology of the moth, Samea multiplicalis, on waterletttuce in Argentina
DeLoach, C. J., D. J. DeLoach, and Cardo, H. A.
42
Biological control of  of Hydrilla verticillata Royle with grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.)
Osborne, J. A. and N. M. Sassic
45
Taxonomic characteristics of aquatic plants from the alimentary tract of grass carp
Carter, C. C. and R. S. Hestand
49
Effects of mechanical cutting on submersed vegetation in a Louisiana lake
Johnson, R. E. and M. R. Bagwell
54
Mechanical Hydrilla control in Orange Lake, Florida
McGehee, J. T. 
58
Seasonal variation in the biomass, tuber density, and photosythetic metabolism of Hydrilla in three Florida lakes
Bowes, G., A. S. Holaday, and W. T. Haller
61
Comparative algicide evaluations using laboratory and field algae
Fitzgerald, G. P.
66
The Corps of Engineers aquatic plant management program
Brazier, G.
72
The Chinampa: an agricultural system that utilizes aquatic plants
Lot, A. A. Novelo, and A. Quiroz
74
Evaluation of metham for control of Hydrilla regrowth from tubers
Steward, K. K. and T. D. Center
76
Operational collection and release of waterhyacinth weevils
Zeiger, C. F.
78
Membership List   79
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 16, 1978


June
Front Cover    
The production biology of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) a review
Grace, J. B., and R. G. Wetzel
1
Nuisance aquatic macrophyte growth
Hesser, E., and E. O. Gangstad
11
Environmental effects of mechanical harvesting
Wile, I.
14
Macrophyte control by harvesting and herbicides: implications for phosphorus cycling in Lake Wingra, WI
Carpenter, S. R., and M. S. Adams
20
Production and utilization of aquatic plant compost
Wile, I., J. Neil, and G. Lumis
24
Hydrilla silage production, composition, and acceptability
Bagnall, L. O., K. E. Dixon, and J. J.F. Hentges
27
Aquatic weed management by benthic semi-barriers
Mayer, J. R.
31
Effect of water level fluctuation and herbicide on Eurasian watermilfoil in Melton Hill Reservoir
Goldsby, T. L., A. L. Bates, and R. A. Stanley
34
Chemical control of Hydrilla
Gangstad, E. O.
38
Toxicity of sulfuric acid to aquatic plants and organisms
Trent, L. L., R. S. Hestand, and C. C. Carter
40
Comparative effects of grass carp and selected herbicides on macrophyte and phytoplankton communities
Hestand, R. S., and C. C. Carter
43
An approach to estimating the standing crop of waterhyacinth
Forno, I. W., and A. S. Bourne
50
Effect of pH on the nature of competition between Eichhornia crassipes and Pistia stratiotes
Seed, M. T. E.
53
The effect of daylength and temperature on Hydrilla growth and tuber production
Van, T. K., W. T. Haller, and L. A. Garrard
57
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 15, 1977

June
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Spirnock, R.A.
  1
Aquatic weed problems in Puerto Rico
Gangstad, E. O.
3
Waterhyacinth control on the lower Fitzroy River
Jamieson, G. I., C. Kershaw, and R. J. Ciesiolka
5
Waterhyacinth control plan for the St. Johns River
Zeiger, C. F., and J. T. McGehee
10
Costs and productivity in harvesting of aquatic plants
Koegel, R. G., D. F. Livermore, and H. D. Bruhn
12
Selected life cycle features of fanwort
Tarver, D. P., and S. Dana R. Sanders
18
Effects of consecutive water fluctuations on submersed vegetation of Black Lake, Louisiana
Goldsby, T. L., and S. Dana R. Sanders
23
Effects of light quality on growth and chlorophyll composition in Hydrilla
Van, T. K., W. T. Haller, and G. Bowes
29
Adaptation to low light levels by Hydrilla
Bowes, G., T. K. Van, and L. A. Garrard
32
The effects of calcium salts on the growth and uptake of phosphorus by coontail
Batterson, T. R. 
36
Management of aquatic plants with acrolein
Bowmer, K. H., and G. R. Sainty
40
The effects of selected herbicides on phytoplankton and sulfur bacteria populations
Carter, C. C., and R. S. Hestand
47
Acute toxicity of a herbicidal combination of diquat plus copper ion to eggs, alevins, and fry of Rainbow Trout and 2 aquatic
Yeo, R. R., and N. Dechoretz
57
Succession of various aquatic plants after treatment with four herbicides
Hestand, R. S., and C. C. Carter
60
Relationship of regrowth of aquatic macrophytes after treatment with herbicides to water quality and phytoplankton populations
Carter, C. C., and R. S. Hestand
65
 Restoration of water quality in Lake Weston, Orlando, FL
Bateman, J. M., P. E. Laing, and R. L. Laing
69
Aquatic herbicide chronicity
Quinn, S. A., N. F. Cardarelli, and E. O. Gangstad
74
Residual 2,4-D levels in the St. Johns River, Florida
Joyce, J. C., and H. C. Sikka
76
Aquatic Herbicides   83
Membership List   85
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 14, 1976


June
Front Cover    
Status of classification of aquatic herbicides
Anderson, L. W. J.
1
Residue tolerances for aquatic herbicides
Cummings, J. G.
4
The aquatic plant regulation program in Florida
Goldsby, T. L., D. Tarver, and R. Theriot
7
The aquatic weed control training program of the FCD
Baker, G. E.
8
Potential growth of aquatic plants in the Republic of the Philippines and projected methods of control
Gangstad, E. O.
10
Color aerial photography for aquatic plant monitoring
A.R. Benton, J., and R. M. Newman
14
A quantitative sampling method for Hydrilla-inhabiting macroinvertebrates
Martin, R. G., and J. V. Shireman
16
A bioassay using common duckweed to evaluate the release of available phosphorus from pond sediments
Fekete, A., D. N. Riemer, and H. L. Motto
19
Seasonal production and germination of Hydrilla vegetative propagules
Haller, W. T., J. L. Miller, and L. A. Garrard
26
Some characteristics of Hydrilla tubers taken from Lake Ocklawaha during drawdown
Miller, J. L., L. A. Garrard, and W. T. Haller
29
Effects of season and water depth on Eurasian watermilfoil
Stanley, R. A., E. Shackelford, and D. Wade
32
Response of Eurasian watermilfoil to subfreezing temperature
Stanley, R. A.
36
Long-term effects of glyphosate applications to Phragmites
Riemer, D. N.
39
Dissipation of residues of 2,4-D in water, hydrosoil and fish
Schultz, D. P., and E. O. Gangstad
43
Response of aerobic community metabolism to chemical treatment of aquatic macrophytes
Strange, R. J., and C. B. Schreck
45
Biological control operations of alligatorweed
Gangstad, E. O.
50
Ecological studies of Neochetina bruchi and N. eichhorniae on waterhyacinth in Argentina
DeLoach, C. J., and H. A. Cordo
53
Host specificity of Neochetina bruchi Hustache (Coleoptera Curculionidae), a biological control agent for waterhyacinth
Perkins, B. D., and D. M. Maddox
59
Combination of the mottled waterhyacinth weevil and the white amur for biological control of waterhyacinth
Fosse, E. S. D., D. L. Sutton, and B. D. Perkins
64
A review of methods for obtaining monosex fish and progress report on production of monosex white amur
Stanley, J. G.
68
Pressing characteristics of waterhyacinth
Cifuentes, J., and L. O. Bagnall
71
Response by pearl millet to soil incorporation of waterhyacinth
Parra, J. V., and C. C. Hortensti
75
Aquatic Herbicides   80
Membership List   82
Index to Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume s 1-13   95
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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 13, 1975

May
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Burkhalter, A. P.
  1
Aquatic weed problems and control in Southeast Asia
Soerjani, M., J. V. Pancho, and Nguyen-Van-Vuong
  2
Waterhyacinth problems in the Fitzroy Region of Central Queensland
Springell, P. H. and J. D. Blake
  3
Aquatic weeds and their management in India
Jain, S. C. 
  6
Water level manipulation: a tool for aquatic weed control
Richardson, L. V.
  8
Water level fluctuation and herbicide applicatio: an integrated control method for Hydrilla in a Louisiana reservoir
Manning, J. H., and R. E. Johnson
  11
Effects of water fluctuation on vegetation in Black Lake, Louisiana
Manning, J. H., and D. R. Sanders
  17
Improved application techniques for aquatic herbicides
Baker, G., L. E. Bitting, and P. A. Lambert
  21
Control of Egeria in a Virginia water supply reservoir
Charles R. Berry, J., C. B. Shreck, and R. V. Corning
  24
Control program for alligatorweed in the southeastern states
Willey C. Durden, J., R. D. Blackburn, and E. O. Gangstad
  27
Towards integrated control of alligatorweed
Gangstad, E. O., N. R. Spencer, and J. A. Foret
  30
Use of models for evaluating aquatic weed control strategies
Ewe, K. C., L. Braat, and M. L. Stevens
  34
The ecology of waterhyacinth in the White Nile, Sudan
Mohamed, B. F. 
  39
Succession of aquatic vegetation in Lake Ocklawaha two growing seasons following a winter drawdown
Hestand, R. S., and C. C. Carter
  43
Community structure and competition between Hydrilla and Vallisneria
Haller, W. T., and D. L. Sutton
  48
Food preferences of yearling hybrid carp
Theriot, R. F., and S. Dana R. Sanders
  51
Determination of the feeding mechanism of the waterhyacinth mite
Fosse, E. S. D., H. L. Cromroy, and D. H. Habeck
  53
Removal of phosphorus from static sewage effluent by waterhyacinth
Ornes, W. H., and D. L. Sutton
  56
The use of waterhyacinths to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from eutrophic waters
Dunigan, E. P., R. A. Phelan, and Z. H. Shamsuddin
  59
Response of Eurasian watermilfoil to heat
Stanley, R. A.
  62
Organic acid preservation of waterhyacinth silage
Byron, H. T., J. James F. Hentges, and J. D. O’Connell
  64
Aquatic Plant List   67
Aquatic Herbicides   71
Membership List   72
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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
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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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Hyacinth Control Journal / Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 10, 1972

May
Front Cover    
The Hyacinth Control Society’s image in a right-on generation
Edwards, A. V.
1
Florida’s Department of Natural Resource’s policies and plans as related to aquatic weed control and research
Burkhalter, A. P.
2
Potential growth of aquatic plants of the lower Mekong River Basin Laos-Thailand
Gangstad, E. O., D. E. Seaman, and M. L. Nelson
4
Production of water hyacinths and resulting water quality in earthen ponds
Wahlquist, H.
9
Phenology, biology and host-specificity of some stenophagous insects attacking Myriophyllum spp. in Pakistan
Baloch, G. M., A. G. Kahn, and M. A. Ghani
13
Control of aquatic weeds by the white amur in Rajasthan, India
Mehta, I., and R. K. Sharma
16
Some observations on the white amur in Arkansas
Bailey, W. M., and R. L. Boyd
20
Water quality of small enclosures stocked with white amur
Michewicz, J. E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn
22
The effect of herbicides on the germination of water hyacinth seeds
Dnyansagar, V. R., and R. D. Dharurkar
25
Control of Hydrilla using the bifluid system
Gates, R. J.
28
Control of fragrant waterlily (Nymphaea odorata)
Durden, W., and R. D. Blackburn
30
Aquatic weed control trials, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal
Hearne, J. S.
33
Evaluations of controlled release PVC and attaclay formulations of 2,4-D on Eurasian watermilfoil
Steward, K. K., and L. L. Nelson
35
The response of Eurasian watermilfoil to various concentrations and exposure periods of 2,4-D
Elliston, R. A., and K. K. Steward
38
Effects of a diquat plus cutrine combination on invertebrates Inglis Reservoir
Hestand, R. S., and B. E. May
40
Copper residue in Rainbow Trout
Lin, C. K., A. J. Memo, and D. L. Vedder
43
Effects of herbicides on photosynthesis and growth of marine unicellular algae
Walsh, G. E.
45
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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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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
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