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In a new article in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management, the authors explain why Bt corn has been less effective against the western corn rootwom, and they recommend an integrated pest management (IPM) approach to address it.
As many Cornbelt farmers harvested their crops this fall and found the tall spindly seed heads of Palmer amaranth, they realized it was too late in 2013 to do anything about it.
Weed science researchers at the University of Illinois have identified two unique mechanisms in waterhemp that have allowed the weed to "get around" HPPD-inhibiting herbicides.
Western corn rootworm resistance in New York (10/07/13)
Managing WCR resistance to Bt on the fringe (07/29/13)
Update on corn rootworm resistance (07/15/13)
ISA launches weed management action campaign (07/01/13)
Controlling marestail after crop emergence (06/12/13)
Update on herbicide resistance in waterhemp (05/11/12)
Soil an overlooked resource (04/18/11)