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Strike weeds early in the north and prevent resistance

The Northern region is a glyphosate resistance hotspot!

Strike weeds early

You’ve got to strike weeds early in the north to keep abreast of resistance.

The northern region is a hotspot for glyphosate resistance with 8 of 12 species of weeds in the region having resistance and appearing mostly in patches.

Department of Primary Industries NSW technical specialist Tony Cook explains the consequences of this.

He explains how it’s imperative in the north to strike weeds early in fallow to control resistance.

 

The Northern region is a glyphosate resistance hotspot!

Strike weeds early

You’ve got to strike weeds early in the north to keep abreast of resistance.

The northern region is a hotspot for glyphosate resistance with 8 of 12 species of weeds in the region having resistance and appearing mostly in patches.

Department of Primary Industries NSW technical specialist Tony Cook explains the consequences of this.

He explains how it’s imperative in the north to strike weeds early in fallow to control resistance.

You can watch the webinar in full below.

 

‘Is fallow weed management cost effective?’

Featuring Tony Cook, Technical Specialist – Weeds with NSW DPI

If you’d like to find out more about fallow management, we also have a blog post with more of Tony’s advice.

With no crop competition in the fallow, weeds are free to grow bigger. They can produce about ten times more seed per plant than they can if they grow in-crop.

You can read the Ask an Expert with Tony Cook here.

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