Managing weed soil seed bank key to winning resistance battle

Baldwin, Ford L.
September 2013
Delta Farm Press;9/27/2013, Vol. 70 Issue 38, p6
The article discusses ways to win the herbicide resistance fight including managing soil seed banks, using residual herbicides, and the use of Roundup Ready.


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