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Aquatic pest control.
Oakland, CA: University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Project, Agriculture and Natural Resources, 1991 Dec; :1-168
This easy-to-use reference manual and study guide covers diverse aquatic environments including natural marshes, wetlands, and deltas; irrigation canals and levees; ornamental ponds in parks and golf courses; hatcheries and recreational waters; and municipal water supplies and drinking water reservoirs. Chapters include information on: identifying weeds in the aquatic environment , methods of controlling aquatic weeds, identifying and controlling other pests in the aquatic environment, laws regulating aquatic environments, pesticide use, and protected species, reading and understanding pesticide labels, mixing and applying pesticides safely, selecting and calibrating aquatic herbicide application equipment, how to recognize and prevent pesticide poisoning, how to handle pesticide emergencies.
Animals; Pests; Pesticides; Pesticides-and-agricultural-chemicals; Environmental-hazards; Environmental-health; Environmental-pollution; Water-analysis; Water-sampling; Aquatic-working-environment; Health-hazards; Safety-climate; Safety-education; Safety-monitoring; Safety-practices
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Aquatic pest control
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