Table of Contents
|Principles of Aquatic Weed Management||16-17|
|Water Hyacinth as a Source of Energy||18-21|
|Feed for Animals||22-29|
|Insects and Mites||30-32|
|Other Biological Controls||35-38|
|Mulch, Compost, and Potting Material||47-48|
|Appendix A: Workshop Participants||51-54|
|Appendix B: Working Section Agenda||55-55|
|Appendix C: The Water Hyacinth||56-58|
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