Weed scientists have long recommended not applying the same herbicides twice in a row.
Research at the University of Tennessee is indicating there’s another good reason to change chemistries even when they’re in dicamba-resistant crops.
The University of Tennessee’s Larry Steckel explained why in a presentation at The Pesticide Stewardship Alliance Conference in Memphis, Tenn., earlier this year.
See: Resistant grasses adding to farmers’ herbicide woes
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