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Nuisance Native Plants

Sometimes our native plants, such as poison ivy and sumac, can become nuisances. Learn to control them here.

Algae Control

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This Aquagide shows you how to control algae in your Missouri pond.

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Black Locust Control

Browse methods for controlling nuisance black locust trees in Missouri.

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This Aquaguide shows you how to control cattail and water primrose in your Missouri pond.

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This Aquaguide shows you how to control duckweed and watermeal in your Missouri pond.

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This Aquaguide shows you how to control floating water plants such as water lily, water shield and American lotus in your Missouri pond.

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Gray Dogwood Control

Browse methods for controlling nuisance gray dogwood thickets in Missouri.

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Nuisance Aquatic Plant ID

Learn to identify Missouri's nuisance water plants before you apply control measures.

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Osage Orange Control

Browse methods for controlling nuisance osage orange in Missouri.

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Poison Ivy Control

Browse methods for controlling poison ivy in Missouri.

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Sesbania Control

Browse methods for controlling nuisance sesbania in Missouri.

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Smooth Sumac Control

Browse methods for controlling smooth sumac in Missouri.

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This Aquaguide shows you how to control submerged plants such as coontail, elodea, and naiad in your Missouri pond.

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