Herbicide Resistance Summit 2016
Herbicide Resistance Summit 2016
Top Crop Manager’s 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit, held March 2 in Saskatoon, brought together experts from across North America and the world to facilitate a more unified understanding of herbicide resistance issues across Canada and around the world. In this video, Niche TV host Tamar Atik has exclusive coverage from…
Which glyphosate-resistant weed is most problematic to Ontario growers? Peter Sikkema answers this question and provides control and management strategies for dealing with glyphosate resistance in this exclusive interview from the 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit.
How can farmers preserve the herbicides they are so dependant on? Neil Harker, a weed scientist at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Lacombe, Alta., suggests strategies to help slow down herbicide resistance in this week’s exclusive video from the 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit.
Jason Norsworthy, a professor in the department of crop, soil and environmental sciences at the University of Arkansas, spoke at the 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit about the status of herbicide resistance in the United States. In this exclusive video, Norsworthy offers insight on the future of herbicide resistance, and suggestions…
Harvest weed seed control is a management practice that has seen great success in Australia. In this week’s exclusive video from the 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit, Breanne Tidemann and Michael Walsh discuss the potential for adapting this strategy to Canada, and the benefits and challenges of harvest weed seed control.
What herbicide-resistant weeds are of most concern in Western Canada? Why is herbicide resistance important to a producer’s bottom line? Ian Heap, director of the International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds, and Hugh Beckie, a weed scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Saskatoon, have the answers in this exclusive video…

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