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Aquatic and Wetland Plants in Florida

... on the water's surface and are not rooted to any substrate . Florida has native and non-native (exotic) aquatic ...

Water Level Manipulation

... water level to control exposed plants and improve substrate to support plant diversity Considerations: ...

Tussocks and Floating Islands

... frog’s bit, can form large rafts that act as a substrate for emergent plants to colonize. Emergent plants ...

Diquat Considerations

... (Scirpus spp.) Bulrush provides valuable cover and substrate for fisheries: the seeds are used by waterfowl Repeated use or ...

A Manager's Definition of Aquatic Plant Control*

... - pellets applied in slow flowing waters with firm substrate s sustain prescribed concentrations for longer periods E, S, F ... S Benthic fabric laid over plants on substrate - must anchor to bottom - place over live plants or control ...

Algae

... and grows in shallow and deep water attached to the substrate . Some species are a few inches tall; others are three feet or ...

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... is predominant in a proposed control area. A hard sand substrate or sand with a thin lens of clay or organic material has little ...