This volume describes in detail methods of control and related data including (1) all vegetation on industrial sites, paved highways, and railroad ballast, (2) woody vegetation along roadsides, utility lines, and fire breaks, and (3) aquatic vegetation on rivers and stream banks, waterways, ponds, reservoirs, irrigation, and drainage channels.
Table of Contents
1. The Science of Weed Control 2. The Technology of Weed Control 3. Weed Control Authorities and Regulation 4. Federal Registration and Reregistration of Pesticides 5. Remote Sensing Technology for Rights-of-Way Management 6. Environment Impacts of Pipeline Rights-of-Way in the Coastal Zone 7. Nomenclature and Molecular Structure 8. Formulation and Handling of Herbicides 9. Application Equipment and Operation 10. Herbicide Efficacy 11. Individual Stem Treatment 12. Programs of Right-of-Way Control 13. Factors Affecting Commercial Applications of Herbicides 14. Toxicological Significance of Rights-of-Way Weed Control 15. Ecological Significance of Rights-of Way Weed Control 16. Agronomic Significance of Right-of-Way Control 17. Management of Floating, Submersed, and Emersed Aquatic Vegetation 18. Management of Phreatophyte and Raparian Vegetation