Controlling the invasive diatom Didymosphenia geminata: an ecotoxicity assessment of four potential biocides.

@article{Jellyman2011ControllingTI,
  title={Controlling the invasive diatom Didymosphenia geminata: an ecotoxicity assessment of four potential biocides.},
  author={Phillip G. Jellyman and Susan J. Clearwater and John Clayton and Cathy Kilroy and Neil Blair and Christopher W. Hickey and Barry J. F. Biggs},
  journal={Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology},
  year={2011},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={115-27}
}
In 2004, an invasive mat-forming freshwater diatom, Didymosphenia geminata (didymo), was found in New Zealand causing concern with regard to potential consequences for local freshwater ecosystems. A four-stage research program was initiated to identify methods to control D. geminata. This article reports the results of Stage 2, in which four potential control compounds [Gemex™ (a chelated copper formulation), EDTA, Hydrothol®191, and Organic Interceptor™ (a pine oil formulation)] selected in… CONTINUE READING
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