Information System (APIS) - Control
Engineer Research and Development Center. Environmental
The information, contained within the control section, provides summary and detailed information on some of the available management techniques (chemical, biological, and mechanical) for each plant species in APIS.
Aquatic Plant Management
Washington Department of Ecology.
Biology and Control
of Aquatic Plants: A Best Management Practices
Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation.
This second edition has been specifically designed
with water resource managers, water management associations,
homeowners and customers and operators of aquatic
plant management companies and districts in mind.
Our goal in preparing this handbook is to provide
basic, scientifically sound information to assist
decision makers with their water management questions.
DOD. USACE. Jacksonville District. Invasive
Species Management Branch.
Insects and Other Arthropods That Feed on Aquatic and Wetlands Plants (Oct 2002; PDF | 4.03 MB)
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.
and Managing Aquatic Invasive Species (Aug 25, 2010)
Pennsylvania State University. Cooperative Extension.
Recorded webinar and materials which provides
pictures and descriptions of common aquatic invasive
species in Pennsylvania along with prevention and
Plant Management in Florida Waters
University of Florida. IFAS. Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants.
Comprehensive site why and how aquatic plants are managed in Florida waters. These five sections (why manage plants; overview of Florida waters, control methods, developing management plans, and research and outreach) will guide you through the many factors considered by Fish and Wildlife Conservation commission (FWC) biologists when developing aquatic plant management plans for Florida waters. Our priority is to manage invasive plants while also conserving and enhancing our
unique aquatic habitats and wildlife communities.
"Super Suckers" Slurp Invasive Algae Off Reefs (Jul 2007)
Wetland Invasive Species and Biocontrol Program
Wisconsin Wetland Association.