Herbicide resistant wild radish: take back control
Herbicide resistance in wild radish is developing fast!
Effective management to control wild radish populations is imperative to protect your productivity; prevent herbicide resistance and avoid its spread.
- Implement an effectively timed 2-spray herbicide strategy
- Wild radish size when treated greatly affects herbicide efficacy; always spray small plants
- Using multiple mode-of-action chemical groups will delay onset of herbicide resistances
- Prevent wild radish seed set. Deplete soil seed banks to wipe out herbicide resistant populations and impede the development of resistance
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