Managing Glyphosate Resistant Weeds in Cotton

Get the latest breakthroughs and tips on weed control for crop producers. With increasing weed resistance across the board, post-emergent weed control is even more important.

Currently, there are a number of weed species confirmed resistant to glyphosate in the Mid-South, including common ragweed, giant ragweed, goose-grass, horseweed, Italian ryegrass, johnsongrass, Palmer amaranth, waterhemp and spiny amaranth. Resistant biotypes of these species are spreading at an alarming rate in some states. This information outlines the best information available at this time.

If you do not have resistant species, practices that promote resistance includ

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