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Heavy reliance on glyphosate for weed control has raised concerns about herbicide resistance in weeds and the long-term viability of this valuable weed management tool. This publication examines the biological characteristics of horseweed (also called marestail and Canada fleabane) and provides management strategies to control and slow the spread of glyphosate-resistant populations. The first edition of this publication was released as ID-323.
Bill Johnson; Mark Loux, Ohio State University; Jeff Stachler, Ohio State University; Glenn Nice, Purdue (Botany and Plant Pathology); Vince Davis, Purdue (Botany and Plant Pathology); Dawn Nordby, University of Illinois
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