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Hydrilla

... long-term control via underground propagule s ( tubers ) millions produced per acre no effective tuber control method viable tubers lie dormant for as long as seven years ...

Florida's Most Invasive Plants

... more than 90,000 acres impacted by hydrilla plants and tubers ).   Invasive aquatic plants are characterized by rapid ...

Details About the Aquatic Herbicides Used in Florida

... ability to recover, forcing regrowth to come from tubers , turion s and fragments. Promising results have been achieved ... standing crop as well as subsequent sprouting tubers ; thus slowing hydrilla's ability to recover from the control ...

Amine Endothall Considerations

... root crowns killed then regrowth is slower - from tubers / turion s only Time to Achieve Control ...

Potassium Endothall Considerations

... If root crowns are killed, regrowth is slower; from tubers / turion s only Time to Achieve Control ...

State Funded Aquatic Plant Management

... infestations if controlled prior to establishing tubers , when low-cost eradication is possible at boat ramps ...

Duck Hunting

... ducks will eat hydrilla leaves, turion s and tubers . This does not mean that ducks prefer hydrilla, or that hydrilla ...

Water Level Manipulation

... drawdown s via underground turion s ( tubers ) Drawdown may allow hydrilla to colonize deeper water ... stressing treated hydrilla as well as sprouting tubers and turion s Re-flooding exposed marsh in Lake Okeechobee ...

Biological Control

... larvae burrow into the ground until they find hydrilla tubers . The tuber is destroyed as the insects feed on it. Hydrilla tuber ...

A Manager's Definition of Aquatic Plant Control*

... capacity (e.g., production of flowers, seeds, tubers , etc.) or nutrient availability, and while these techniques are ... or growing season plants that produce underground tubers (hydrilla) or extensive seed bank (water hyacinth) are not well ...