Search results

Fluridone Considerations

... Turbidity – avoid applications to highly turbid waters Sediment characteristics   ...

Potassium Endothall Considerations

... extended submersed plant control in tannic or turbid waters where low light levels inhibit recovery ...

Diquat Considerations

... Binds tightly to clay: do not use in muddy or turbid waters for submersed plant control Microbial ... plant control (binds tightly and is inactivated in turbid waters) Water volume Use at rates up to 0.37 ppm ...

Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... the sun’s rays are less direct, and in tannic or turbid waters where sunlight does not penetrate very deeply. Like ... when choosing a herbicide to control plants in turbid waters or when applying herbicide s in shallow water where ...

Photosynthesis

... ( free-floating algae) can also make a lake turbid (murky), which may slow or prevent submersed plant ... is a good example of the cycle that can occur in a turbid lake. Because of an abundance of algae and suspended sediments in ...

Rivers

... large amounts of suspended silt and clay create turbid (cloudy) water. Because these rivers flow into the Gulf or the ...

Copper Considerations

... Turbidity – avoid applications to highly turbid waters Sediment characteristics   ...

A Manager's Definition of Aquatic Plant Control*

... S Turbidity / suspended particles turbid water limits light and suppresses submersed plant growth ... plant recovery after control may be retarded in highly turbid waters - suspended clays and organics can neutralize diquat and ...