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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 ...

Biological Control

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

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... eradication may be an incentive. However, if tubers are established, regrowth to the surface by this rapidly growing ... water. Regrowth to the water surface from sprouting tubers may only take a few weeks and repeated applications may not be a ...

Diquat Considerations

... plant growth stage Regrowth from turion s, tubers , and surviving root crowns: generally 3 to 6 months ...

Copper Considerations

... new hydrilla populations before hydrilla can establish tubers Climate Parameters   Management ...

Imazamox Considerations

... Regrowth mostly from sprouting turion s / tubers Hydrilla control varies with season and plant growth stage ...