Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 58, 2020

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2020.

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January

Evidence for a genetically distinct strain of introduced Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in North America
Nicholas P. Tippery, Gregory J. Bugbee, and Summer E. Stebbins
  1
open access
Desiccation tolerance of the invasive alga starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa) as an indicator of overland spread risk
Wesley J. Glisson, Carli K. Wagner, Michael R. Verhoeven, Ranjan Muthukrishnan, Rafael Contreras-Rangel, and Daniel J. Larkin

  7
open access
Survivability of starry stonewort bulbils using commonly available decontamination strategies
Stephen D. Gottschalk and Kenneth G. Karol
  19
Chemical control of torpedograss and common reed under altered salinity conditions
Candice M. Prince and Gregory E. MacDonald
  26
Evaluation of fluazifop-P-butyl for para grass and torpedograss control in aquatic and wetland sites
Stephen F. Enloe, Kaitlyn H. Quincy, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer
  36
The effects of leaf litter on the filamentous alga Cladophora sp., with an emphasis on photosynthetic physioresponses
Liu Shao, Yuxin Shi, Yiqin Chen, Anglu Shen
  41
Legacy herbicides in lake sediments are not preventing the growth of submersed aquatic plants in Lake Istokpoga
Mark V. Hoyer, William T. Haller, Jason Ferrell, and Dean Jones
  47
open access
A survey of hydrilla management educational materials for optimal stakeholder preference, learning, and knowledge transfer in Florida
Emma N. I. Weeks, Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman, and Mark V. Hoyer
  55
NOTES    
Comparison of molecular markers to distinguish genotypes of Eurasian
watermilfoil, northern watermilfoil, and their hybrids (No Abstract)
Jeff Pashnick and Ryan A. Thum
  61
Torpedograss control via submersed applications of systemic and contact herbicides in mesocosms (No Abstract)
Gray Turnage, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madson
  67
Sorption of dissolved microcystin using lanthanum-modified bentonite clay (No Abstract)
H. Dail Laughinghouse IV, Forrest W. Lefler, David E. Berthold, and West M. Bishop
  72
A new device for sampling submersed aquatic plants using underwater video (No Abstract)
Wesley J. Glisson, Michael R. Verhoeven, and Daniel J. Larkin
  76
July

Efficacy of diquat treatments on Brazilian waterweed, effects on native macrophytes and water quality: A case study
Gregory J. Bugbee, Christina S. Robb, and Summer E. Stebbins
  83
Selective control of flowering rush in mesocosms and field sites
Gray Turnage, John D. Madsen, Ryan M. Wersal, John D. Byrd, Brent Alcott, and Tera Guetter

  92
open access
Herbicides for management of waterhyacinth in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, California
John D. Madsen and Guy B. Kyser
  98
open access
Evaluation of fluazifop-P-butyl and sethoxydim for Hymenachne amplexicaulis control in mixed and monotypic emergent plant communities
Kaitlyn Quincy and Stephen F. Enloe
  105
The suppressive effects of aquatic foliar herbicide prescriptions on nontarget panicgrass
(Paspalidium geminatum)
Jens Beets, Dean Jones, Mike Netherland, Candice Prince, and James Leary
  112
open access
The influence of fluctuating water depth on herbicide efficacy for Uruguay water primrose
(Ludwigia hexapetala) control
Stephen F. Enloe, Candice Prince, Afsari Banu, and Dwight Lauer
  118
Early season population dynamics of salvinia weevil on giant salvinia in central Louisiana
Julie G. Nachtrieb, William K. Finkbeiner, and Wesley J. Maddox
  123
open access
Transfer of integrated aquatic weed management knowledge following face-to-face training with citizen scientists
Emma N. I. Weeks, Mark V. Hoyer, and Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman
  129
Patterns in submerged aquatic vegetation in the lower St. Johns River, Florida, from 2001 to 2019
Nisse Goldberg and Tiffany Trent
  135
NOTES    
Desiccation tolerance of introduced flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Nathan E. Harms and Blake Derossette
  146
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