‘Older’ chemistries getting another look as researchers prepare for new herbicide technologies

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Over the next two or three years farmers will have two new  herbicide-resistant traits in their weed control arsenals. University  scientists are busy conducting research on the best ways to use the new/old  tools and to “make sure the industry doesn’t get a black eye.” Weed scientist  Dan Reynolds talked about those efforts  in an interview following his presentation at Cotton Incorporated’s Crop Management Seminar.
 

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