More than herbicides for fighting resistance (Part 1)

When weed scientists first received samples of suspected glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth in 2011, Texas A&M University’s Wayne Keeling hoped they were isolated cases. 2012 proved that not to be the case, Keeling told producers attending Monsanto’s Weed and Water Summit in Lubbock. Keeling listed a series of recommendations for dealing with the issue during his presentation.

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