Rotation, alternating modes of action crucial for weed resistance management

Smith, Ron
March 2010
Southwest Farm Press;3/11/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p6
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The article reports that Paul Baumann, Texas AgriLife Extension weed specialist, prefers rotation and alternate herbicides for weed resistance management in the U.S. Baumann states that troublesome grass weeds will be controlled post emergence and selectively by farmers through a systems approach. Natural resistance of wild sorghums to herbicides are identified through the screening by weed scientist Kasim Al Khatib.


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