Aquatic Weed Control
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A comprehensive guide to the basics of pond management, including planning and construction, stocking and harvesting, liming, fertilization, and more
A 23-minute video illustrating all the basic aspects of pond management for recreational fishing
Publications and sources of information on aquatic weed identification and control methods
Dealers licensed to sell triploid (sterile) grass carp in North Carolina for aquatic weed control
- North Carolina dealers licensed to sell fingerlings for stocking ponds
Links to detailed information sources on the design and construction of new ponds, and the permits required
Detailed information on specific topics such as fish kills, fertilization, beaver control, leeches, mysterious
Contact information for County Extension Centers, Specialists, and other sources of fisheries management information
Guidelines for the 4-H Fisheries & Aquatic Resources Presentation competition
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NCSU's Aquaculture Extension website
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Information on NC State's Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences academic programs
Main webpage for NC's inland fisheries and wildlife management agency
Main webpage for NC's marine fisheries management agency

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Using Grass Carp (White Amur) for Aquatic Weed Management in North Carolina

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Licensed Grass Carp Suppliers

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Aquatic Weed Management- NC State University

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NC Agricultural Chemicals Manual - Aquatic Weed Control

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Weed Management in Small Ponds

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Weed Control in Irrigation Water Supplies

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Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants- (Contains information and pictures)

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