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Diquat Considerations

... Photolysis   Broken down by sunlight Dissipation Highly soluble, but rapidly taken up by plants or adsorbed to clay and organic particles, so dissipation is slow Formulation   Liquid ...

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... when maintaining boat trails in more open areas where dissipation is a greater concern. Irrigation Florida lakes ... plants in highly turbid waters. Dissipation Dissipation is a consideration primarily with ...

2,4-D Considerations

... to organic or clay particles Dissipation Low dissipation when used at rates and use patterns applied to control water ...

Barriers

... some herbicide applications by reducing dissipation / dilution Install along shore of spring runs or river to ...

Copper Considerations

... depends on acidity and alkalinity Dissipation Generally does not disperse widely in treated waterbodies ...

Glyphosate Considerations

... Minor breakdown pathway Dissipation Not active in water and will not kill submersed ...

Imazapyr Considerations

... Rapidly degrades by photohydrolysis in water Dissipation Not used for submersed plant control so not ...

Triclopyr Considerations

... water/summer) to 14 days (deep/winter) Dissipation Not used to control submersed plants in Florida ...