Source: Iowa Soybean Association



Glyphosate-resistant weeds have likely arrived in Iowa. It was inevitable - certain members of any weed population have the genetics to fight whatever strategy is used against them.

"Isolated fields are there, but we can still get ahead of the resistant weeds," says Mike Owen, professor of agronomy and Extension weed science at Iowa State University. "We need to think like this: It's not broken and we need to fix it so it stays that way."



By realizing the problem early and taking appropriate action, producers can create management plans that keep glyphosate-resistant weeds from advancing.



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