Control of yellow and purple nutsedge in elevated CO2 environments with glyphosate and halosulfuron

@inproceedings{Marble2015ControlOY,
  title={Control of yellow and purple nutsedge in elevated CO2 environments with glyphosate and halosulfuron},
  author={S. Christopher Marble and Stephen A. Prior and G. Brett Runion and H. Allen Torbert},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2015}
}
Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) have significantly increased over the past century and are expected to continue rising in the future. While elevated levels of CO2 will likely result in higher crop yields, weed growth is also highly likely to increase, which could increase the incidence of herbicide resistant biotypes. An experiment was… CONTINUE READING