Development and Implementation of an Invasive Aquatic Plant Management Program at Indian Brook Reservoir Essex, Vermont Marc Bellaud VP/Aquatic Biologist. Recent History at Indian Brook Reservoir. Eurasian watermilfoil identified in 1999
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Development and Implementation of an Invasive Aquatic Plant Management Program at Indian Brook ReservoirEssex, VermontMarc BellaudVP/Aquatic Biologist
1) There is no reasonable non-chemical alternative available;
2) There is acceptable risk to the non-target environment;
3) There is negligible risk to public health;
4) A long-range management plan has been developed which incorporates a schedule of pesticide minimization
5) There is a public benefit to be achieved from the application of the pesticide, or in the case of a pond located entirely on a landowner’s property, no undue adverse effect upon the public good.
>85% Control of EWM achieved:
0.25 ppm 72 hr
0.5 ppm 48 hr
1 ppm 36 hr
1.5 ppm 24 hr
2 to 2.5 ppm 18 hr