The Hyacinth Control Society, Incorporated
FAPMS Scholarship and Research Foundation
The Aquatic Plant Management Society, Incorporated formerly The Hyacinth Control Society, Incorporated
The Aquatic Plant Management Society, Incorporated formerly They Hyacinth Control Society, Incorporated
Letter from Florida Aquatic Plant Management Society to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Mr. Eric Sutton
The Aquatic Plant Management Society, APMS, UF, FWC, US Geological Survey, USACE, SFWMD, Dr. Robert Ahrens, UF/IFAS, Herbicide Tests, Dr. Michael D. Netherland, ProcellaCOR, Cancer, FDACS, Aquatic and Invasive Plants, SePro, Syngenta, Agro-Chemical Companies, FAPMS, Harmful Algae Blooms
The Aquatic Plant Management Society has seven Regional Chapters chapters across the United States, the original one was founded in 1961 it is a non-profit it is based out of Gainsville, it consists of the UF research facility of Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants located at 7922 NW 71st Street This property is 520 acres of land, with plots of agricultural, and field study ponds, paid for by the State of Florida courtesy of the taxpayer. It has facilities, buildings and field study ponds where the scientist, students and other entities such as the FWC (which has its Freshwater fisheries field office), the Ecological Science center, US Geological Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers SFWMD, other Major Universities, they all utilize this taxpayer-funded 520 acres of land. The University of Florida Aquatic research Graduate Organization is also operating out of this location. The founder is Dr. Robert Ahrens who is part of the UF/IFAS This is where they conduct their experiments and test the herbicides. Dr. Michael D. Netherland researched a new herbicide called Procellacor, sadly he passed away in 2018 from Cancer at the age of 54. I can't help to think if his research into herbicide development/research was the cause. He conducted studies on this herbicide that is now being used on our lakes after it was approved by the Florida Department of Agricultural. The members of these chapters across the U.S. and internationally, they comprise of scientist, and the very developers of herbicide of the likes of SePro and evil twin of Monsanto Syngenta, each one of these chapters awards Scholarships, they are encouraged to study in the field of Aquatic and Invasive plants and upon graduating they are offered cushy jobs in the industry. Each member of the APMS and the seven chapters members are all interconnected, they are all in the same field. They all came from Big Universities, Agro-Chemical companies, the board members include FWC officials, Professors, Scientists, and the herbicide/chemical corporation personnel and the list goes on and on. There are huge corruption and conflicts of interest involved. You the taxpayer, pay to be poisoned because we are paying for this State-Funded herbicide spraying program. Florida lakes and research are according to FAPMS are used as the example for successful aquatic plant management for the rest of the chem herbicide world. The science is Corrupt! If you want proof, watch this and the other evidence, If you want to know what it is doing to the World, look at the Harmful Algae Blooms Globally!!! Remember all waterways are interconnected, We are interconnected, the Wildlife is all interconnected These Corporations fight tooth and nail to keep their chemical compositions a trade secret. This video demonstrates the FWC is in clear violation of their own rule book 68A-4.001 General Prohibitions (2) The use of gasoline or any chemical or gaseous substance to drive wildlife from their retreats is Prohibited, Make this go Viral!!
The Stewards of Water
WHO is Helping Fund SePRO?.............
Syngenta "is"... CHINA !!!
Case No. 1D02-0213 SePRO Corporation vs Florida Department of Environmental Protection / Griffin, L.L.C.
Case No. 1D02-0213
Opinion filed February 12, 2003. Rehearing Denied March 20, 2003.
An appeal from the Circuit Court of Leon County. P. Kevin Davey, Judge
Public records request / Open records request / FOIA
Claiming DEP Violated Trade Secret / Confidential
July 6, 2004