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Details About the Aquatic Herbicides Used in Florida

... s control plants relatively quickly. A systemic or translocate d herbicide is absorbed into the plant through the leaves, stems or roots and translocate d throughout the plant to kill it from the inside. Systemic ...

Diquat Considerations

... Little to none: injures plants too rapidly to be translocate d within plant tissues Plant Growth Regulator ...

Glyphosate Considerations

... Systemic Control with foliar applications Translocate d throughout the plants, esp. to the roots Plant ...

2,4-D Considerations

... stems and roots Auxin hormone that translocate s in the plant to the meristems Causes ...

Imazapyr Considerations

...   Systemic Foliar application - translocate s in xylem and phloem to meristematic tissue Prevents ...

Penoxsulam Considerations

... acting – absorbed by leaves, shoots, and roots - translocate d to meristematic tissue inhibits plant enzyme ...

Imazamox Considerations

... Quickly absorbed by leaves, shoots, and roots - translocate d  to meristematic tissue Shuts down plant growth almost ...

Triclopyr Considerations

... and twisted stems Root or foliar uptake - translocate s throughout plant tissues Plant Growth Regulator ...

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... then. Systemic: Systemic herbicide s translocate from leaves or stems to various tissues in the plant (including ...

A Manager's Definition of Aquatic Plant Control*

... slower acting systemic type herbicide s that translocate within the plant killing the entire plant including the roots ...