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Hygrophila

... Aquatic community Submersed , emergent Habitat Wet soils to water 15 feet deep ...

Aquatic soda apple

... colonization (?) Aquatic community Emergent Habitat Shorelines, wet soils Distribution ...

Tussocks and Floating Islands

... form large rafts that act as a substrate for emergent plants to colonize. Emergent plants like primrose willow tie the rafts together below the ...

Harvesters

... plants more difficult to harvest than floating or emergent Cutting blade and belt are well below water surface Submersed plants are more difficult to see Tall emergent plants like cattail are difficult to collect on conveyor Woody ...

Imazapyr Considerations

... broad spectrum herbicide for floating and emergent plants Do not apply immediately adjacent to desirable emergent plants No activity on submersed plants ...

2,4-D Considerations

... related to this tool – used only for floating and emergent plant control Water volume ... related to this tool – used only for floating and emergent plant control Water movement ...

Diquat Considerations

... Need at least 30 minutes of contact for floating or emergent plants Seasonal Several months of hydrilla control ...

Barriers

... far from access points Use existing band of emergent plants to contain plant fragments or turbidity Harvest ... and harvesting is conducted leaving a 25-foot band of emergent plants on the outside edge to contain turbidity and ...

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... is also an important consideration for floating or emergent plant control if the herbicide -tank water is taken from ... water sources when applying glyphosate to floating or emergent plants in highly turbid waters. Dissipation ...

Shearing

... i.e. canals Applicable for submersed or emergent plants Collect plants after cutting To prevent jams ... available to shear and retrieve submersed and emergent plants in small areas (e.g. lakeshores and around boat docks) ...