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Targeting Weed Seeds In-Crop: A New Weed Control Paradigm for Global Agriculture
Abstract The widespread evolution of multiple herbicide resistance in the most serious annual weeds infesting Australian cropping fields has forced the development of alternative, non-chemical weedExpand
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Widespread occurrence of multiple herbicide resistance in Western Australian annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) populations
In 2003, a random survey was conducted across the Western Australian wheatbelt to establish the frequency and distribution of herbicide resistance in ryegrass populations infesting crop fields. FiveExpand
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Perceptual effects and efficacy of intermittent or continuous blood flow restriction resistance training
Blood flow restriction (BFR) exercise may be an alternative form of resistance training; however, a side of effect of BFR resistance exercise is acute muscle pain. Typically, BFR exercise studiesExpand
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MORE EVIDENCE ON THE "BORDER TAX" EFFECT: THE CASE OF WEST VIRGINIA, 1979-84**
Provides additional evidence that across-border differences in state sales tax rates alter the pattern of retail sales in areas near the state border.
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Harrington Seed Destructor: A New Nonchemical Weed Control Tool for Global Grain Crops
Global grain production is under threat from the escalating evolution of herbicide-resistant weed populations. Worldwide, herbicide-reliant grain crop production systems have driven the proliferationExpand
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The Potential for Pyroxasulfone to Selectively Control Resistant and Susceptible Rigid Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) Biotypes in Australian Grain Crop Production Systems
Abstract The widespread evolution of resistance in rigid ryegrass populations to the highly effective, in-crop, selective herbicides used within southern Australian grain-crop production systems hasExpand
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High Seed Retention at Maturity of Annual Weeds Infesting Crop Fields Highlights the Potential for Harvest Weed Seed Control
Abstract Seed production of annual weeds persisting through cropping phases replenishes/establishes viable seed banks from which these weeds will continue to interfere with crop production. HarvestExpand
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Resistance evaluation for herbicide resistance-endowing acetolactate synthase (ALS) gene mutations using Raphanus raphanistrum populations homozygous for specific ALS mutations
Yu Q, Han H, Li M, Purba E, Walsh MJ & Powles SB (2012). Resistance evaluation for herbicide resistance–endowing acetolactate synthase (ALS) gene mutations using Raphanus raphanistrum populationsExpand
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Integrating Herbicide Programs with Harvest Weed Seed Control and Other Fall Management Practices for the Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri )
A large-plot field experiment was conducted at Keiser, AR, from fall of 2010 through fall of 2013 to understand to what extent soybean in-crop herbicide programs and postharvest fall managementExpand
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Performance of Annual Medic Species (Medicago spp.) in Southeastern Wyoming
Annual medic (Medicago spp.) pastures that produce high levels of good quality forage are well suited to grazing and are used extensively throughout dryland farming regions of the world. In theseExpand
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