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Preserving glyphosate through diversity

Sustaining herbicides with harvest weed seed management.

Rotate, rotate, rotate! Incorporating non-chemical harvest weed seed control methods into cropping systems provides another set of tools to fight weeds and to delay the onset of herbicide resistance.

Preserving Glyphosate Through Diversity

When on a good thing, don’t stick to it. This video discusses the global problem of overuse of herbicides, the evolution of herbicide resistance, and the necessity for sustainable weed control practices in farm management.

Article courtesy – AHRI

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