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A listing of articles that have appeared on this site since November 1996.
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Herbicide program development: Using multiple sites of action First of a four-part series on managing resistance with smart herbicide use
The creation of monarch butterfly habitat Evaluation of simple method to increase milkweed in non-crop areas
It's system more that trait Summary of regional project evaluating herbicide systems designed for new HR soybean
Breaking down Resicore Does this herbicide provide multiple, effective herbicide groups?
The new herbicide weeds have never seen? - After a long hiatus, a new entry into the Herbicide Ad Hall of Shame
Enlist Duo: New era herbicide label - Discussion of some of the restrictions on the label that may not make total sense
New product update for 2015 - a brief description of some of the new weed management products
Effectiveness of using multiple sites of acton to manage resistance: Paper describing importance of critically evaluating herbicide programs
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