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Why Manage Plants?

... ecosystems require a diverse assemblage of native submersed , emersed , free-floating and floating-leaved ...

Penoxsulam Considerations

... contact time of 60-120 days for submersed plant control, depending on plant species and level of plant ... depth Amounts used are depth dependent for submersed plant control – see label for chart Water ...

Details About the Aquatic Herbicides Used in Florida

... appears to offer selective control of many submersed and a few floating aquatic weed species. Application rate s are in the 20-40 ppb range for submersed weed control and up to 2 oz/acre for emergent and ... can also be used in a tank mix to control certain submersed plants. Diquat is relatively ineffective when used alone to ...

Topramezone Considerations

... contact time of 60-120 or more days for submersed plant control Navigation and Access No ... Water depth Amounts used are depth dependent for submersed plant control - see label for chart calculations  ...

Fluridone Considerations

... bathymetry is imperative for hydrilla and other submersed plant controlcontrol Water movement Maintaining ... 90 days or more may be required for submersed plant (hydrilla) control - shorter for young actively growing ...

Chinese Grass Carp

... they can eat every plant in a waterbody, including submersed , emersed , and floating plants. They’ve even been ... with approximately two to five fish per acre of submersed vegetation. However, according to another group of lake experts, ...

FWC Hydrilla Management Position

... but recognizes that in waterbodies where native submersed aquatic plants are absent or limited, hydrilla at low to moderate ...

Flumioxazin Considerations

... Apply ~ 50 ppb for water lettuce control - submersed application Apply 2-8 oz / ac for water lettuce control - ... robust growth and therefore better control of young submersed target plants (hydrilla / cabomba) Sediment ...

Large-Scale Hydrilla Control Considerations for Lake Toho: A Limited Window of Opportunity

... the fall and begins active growth earlier than most native submersed aquatic plants in the spring. Managers commonly rely on this growth ... during spring through early fall months when native submersed plants are most vulnerable. Opportunities for optimum large-scale ...

Aquatic and Wetland Plants in Florida

... plants that live entirely in, on, or under water; submersed plants, emersed plants (including grasses, sedges and ... s are grouped into three general categories: submersed aquatic plants emersed aquatic plants floating and ...