Managing ponds and lakes for aquaculture and fisheries in Missouri : Controlling nuisance aquatic vegetation
Aquatic vegetation can be controlled using cultural, biological and chemical methods. Methods aimed at preventing vegetation problems are often the most successful, but control usually requires a combination of methods, as no single strategy provides satisfactory longterm results. This guide provides a general overview of each control method and discusses implementation strategies to help you make informed decisions about aquatic plant control.
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