and Wetland Plant Glossary Title Page and Contents
APIRS database by David L. Sutton, IFAS.
and Wetland Plant Biological Control Insects
APIRS publication, University of Florida.
for Aquatic and Invasive Plants Home Page
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providing a variety of free and for-sale services and products.Published
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"Turn Your Pond
into an Aquatic Briar Patch." Article from the Missouri State
Terms, Definitions, Acronyms and Concepts
from the Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax.
Depths for Aquatic Plants Zone 1
Revised by Frank M. Melton, Extension Agent II, Horticulture Sarasota
County Cooperative Extension Service. All information supplied by
Conservation Consultants, Inc., Palmetto, Florida.
"The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau
of Aquatic Plant Management, is revising its Florida Administrative
Code, Rule 62C52 on Aquatic Plant Importation, Transportation, Non-Nursery
Cultivation, Possession and Collection, to allow the sale of prohibited
aquatic plant material proven to be non-viable." - Aquaphyte
Online Winter 1996.
Get the scoop on Florida's 28 or 29 species of Eleocharis
from Kathy Craddock Burks,
Botanist, Technical Services, Bureau of Aquatic Plant Management,
Florida Department of Environmental Protection.