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Screening of Various Herbicide Modes of Action for Selective Control of Algae Responsible for Harmful Blooms

@inproceedings{Netherland2009ScreeningOV,
  title={Screening of Various Herbicide Modes of Action for Selective Control of Algae Responsible for Harmful Blooms},
  author={M. Netherland and C. Lembi and A. Poovey},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. Netherland, C. Lembi, A. Poovey
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Abstract : This research seeks to identify reduced risk chemical compounds that have selective activity against harmful algal blooms (HAB). The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for managing numerous large reservoirs throughout the country, and the recent proliferation of HAB and the limited tools available for controlling these nuisance algae at a large scale have caused many Corps resource managers to seek non-conventional control methods. Numerous herbicides that target plant… CONTINUE READING
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