Top 5 Herbicide Stories Trending On CropLife.com

Keeping up with all of the advances and changes in the crop protection industry — especially with the latest herbicide technologies — can be a daunting task for even the most savvy retailers and growers.

For a look at what content is currently peaking the interest of your fellow CropLife.com readers, here’s our Top 5 herbicide stories: 

  1. “New Herbicides For 2012.” Writer Kathy Meyer previews several of the new products coming out in the next year to help combat stubborn weeds. Read full article.
  2. “Herbicide Systems Define Weed Control For 2012.” Several key experts discuss managing resistance and maximizing yield via multiple modes of weed control. Access full story.
  3. “Which Direction Are Herbicides Heading?” 2,4-D is coming back, and what many might have considered a “dinosaur” may be the best solution for growers fighting weed resistance today, said a University of Illinois associate professor of weed physiology. Read the entire post.   
  4. “New Studies Show Economic, Agronomic Benefits Of Atrazine.” Syngenta finds that atrazine and other triazine herbicides drive the U.S. economy by as much as $22 billion over a five-year period. Click here for more information.
  5. “Aggressive Weed Moving Northward In Illinois.” Palmer amaranth may be spreading to Northern Illinois and could be a huge problem, especially if glyphosate resistance is identified, says a University of Illinois weed specialist. Get the inside scoop.

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