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Hydrilla, a new noxious aquatic weed in California

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Richard R. Yeo
W. B. McHenry

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California Agriculture 31(10):4-5.

Published October 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Since about 1776 California has been continually plagued by the inadvertent introduction of foreign plants that spread rapidly and become weeds. Examples include crabgrass (both smooth and hairy), yellow starthistle, oxalis, bermudagrass, and johnsongrass.

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Hydrilla, a new noxious aquatic weed in California

Richard R. Yeo, W. B. McHenry
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Hydrilla, a new noxious aquatic weed in California

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Authors

Richard R. Yeo
W. B. McHenry

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(10):4-5.

Published October 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Since about 1776 California has been continually plagued by the inadvertent introduction of foreign plants that spread rapidly and become weeds. Examples include crabgrass (both smooth and hairy), yellow starthistle, oxalis, bermudagrass, and johnsongrass.

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