HERBICIDE RESISTANCE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs)
It’s critical to adopt best practices to manage resistance and protect crop yield and quality today, ensuring sustainable crop production for the future. Resistance best management practices (BMPs) include a combination of cultural, mechanical, biological, and chemical control measures. Start today, and take it one field at a time.1 ROTATE CROPS
Canadian growers, advisors and experts talk about their experiences managing resistance.
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Episode 8: In this episode we’re talking about how herbicide resistant weeds spread across Ontario and the continent.
Episode 7: How do you assess your risk of developing resistant weeds on your farm?
Episode 6: Manitoba farmer Gunther Jochum talks about their wild oat issues in this episode of the Resistance Management School.
Episode 5: Dr. Linda Hall discusses the state of herbicide resistance in Western Canada, and what growers can do about it.
Episode 4: Mike Cowbrough of OMAFRA joins us to discuss testing for herbicide resistance.
Episode 3: Lauren Benoit from the University of Guelph talks about how to manage multiple resistance in water hemp, discovered earlier this year in Ontario. […]
Episode 2: Kelvin Heppner talks to Rob Gulden about seeding rates in this episode of the Resistance Management School.
Episode 1: Dr. Peter Sikkema discusses the status of herbicide-resistant weeds in Ontario and provides growers with some best management practices.