Comparing conventional and GMO weed control costs in cotton: Part II

Nathan Reed says he isn’t seeing that much difference in the weed control between his conventional cotton variety, UA 222, and cotton containing stacked herbicide traits on his farm. The difference comes in how much he’s spending on weed control and the fact he’s planting cereal rye as a cover crop on many of his acres. His comments came at the National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference in Memphis, Tenn.



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