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Kay, S.H. 1992. Hydrilla: a rapidly spreading aquatic weed problem in North Carolina. Agriculture Bulletin AG-449. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, NC State University, Raleigh, NC. www.weedscience.ncsu.edu/aquaticweeds/hydrilla.PDF.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 5137
Type: Report
Author: Kay, S.H.
Date (year): 1992
Report TitleHydrilla: a rapidly spreading aquatic weed problem in North Carolina. Agriculture Bulletin AG-449
Publisher:North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, NC State University
Publisher Location:Raleigh, NC
Pages: 11
URL: www.weedscience.ncsu.edu/aquaticweeds/hydrilla.PDF
Keywords: Hydrilla, North Carolina, Iowa, monoecious
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    NC - Lake Gaston

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    NC - Burnt Mill Creek
    TX - Lake Conroe [just NW of Conroe]
    NC - Burnt Mill Pond
    NC - Burnt Mill Creek

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    NC - Lake Gaston
    NC - Neuse River Watershed
    NC - Lake Rogers
    NC - Lake Wheeler
    NC - Caswell County
    NC - Person County
    NC - Durham county
    NC - Lake Gaston


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