Pest Management Science (2017) 73, 1045-1052

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Hugh J. Beckie and K. Neil Harker (2017)
Our top 10 herbicide-resistant weed management practices
Pest Management Science 73 (6), 1045-1052
Abstract: Although proactive or reactive herbicide-resistant weed management (HRWM) practices have been recommended to growers in different agroecoregions globally, there is a need to identify and prioritise those having the most impact in mitigating or managing herbicide selection pressure in the northern Great Plains of North America. Our perspective on this issue is based on collaborative research, extension activities and dialogue with growers or farming experience (cereal, oilseed and pulse crop production) during the past 30 years. We list our top 10 HRWM practices, concluding with the number 1 practice which is the foundation of the other nine practices: crop diversity. Although our top 10 HRWM practices have broad applicability across agroecoregions, their ranking may vary widely.
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pesticide resistance of pest

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