Resistance seen among certain common herbicides, prescription drugs

Fannin, Blair
February 2011
Southwest Farm Press;2/10/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the advices given by Dr. Paul Baumann of Texas Agrilife Extension Service and Dr. Tom Wagner of Scott and White Arrington Clinic concerning strategies to control the problems in the farming and medical fields in the U.S. Baumann proposes the use of weed control products that effectively hinder the resistance of weeds to herbicides. Wagner also suggests the need of health care providers to educate their patients on how to prevent and lessen the risk of acquiring infections.


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