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Reference Number: 18170
Type: Other
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 2008
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Title:Proposed herbicide applications for control of variable milfoil in New Hampshire waterbodies.
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Publisher:New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Concord, NH.
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Volume: 2008
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Pages: 1 pp
Location: NAS; on-line
URL: des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/wmb/exoticspecies/documents/variable_milfoil_control.pdf (accessed 10 October 2008)
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Keywords: plants, Myriophyllum heterophyllum, variable milfoil, New Hampshire, herbicide treatment
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum heterophyllum

    NH - Lake Pemigewasset, Meredith
    NH - Melendy Pond, Brookline
    NH - Potanipo Lake (Pond), Brookline
    NH - Lake Winnipesaukee
    NH - Wentworth Lake
    NH - Lees Pond, Moultonboro
    NH - Scoby Pond/Haunted Lake, Francestown
    NH - Northwood Lake
    NH - Powwow Pond
    NH - Forest Lake, Winchester
    NH - Lake Monomonac, Rindge
    NH - Contoocook Lake, Jaffrey
    NH - Pearly Pond (Lake), Rindge
    NH - Balch Lake, Wakefield
    NH - Corbetts Pond, Windham
    NH - Horseshoe Pond, Merrimack
    NH - Glen Lake, Goffstown
    NH - Locke Lake, Barnstead
    NH - Belleau Lake, Wakefield
    NH - Sunrise Lake
    NH - Turkey Ponds
    NH - Winnisquam Lake
    NH - Barnstead Parade Pond, Suncook River, near Barnstead


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