Gil Gullickson 08/26/2010 @ 10:52am
Good point on crop rotation. I remember talking with the folks at the U of Missouri telling me that one of the first glyphosate resistant weeds--either marestail or waterhemp--cane from a field that had been in soybeans for something like 10 years. so yes, crop rotation is a good cultural tool for mixing things up.
an overlooked option...
Grant Hildabrand 08/26/2010 @ 9:09am
Crop rotation is a tried and true method of controlling herbicide resistant weeds. I'm just saying, don't forget the basics tenets of farming.
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