Cotton weed shifts found in Georgia

Hollis, Paul L.
March 2004
Southeast Farm Press;3/17/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the factors influencing cotton weed shifts in Georgia. Adoption of Roundup Ready technology coupled with an increase in conservation-tillage production; Heavy dependence on glyphosate that contributes to weed shifts; Use of effective soil-applied herbicides, rotating chemicals and crops and tank mixtures to combat weed shifts; Focus on the prevention of seed production by weed in fallow fields or crops after harvesting.


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