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Grain legume herbicide research in the USA after Roundup-Ready soybean - prickly lettuce and mayweed chamomile.

@inproceedings{Yenish2006GrainLH,
  title={Grain legume herbicide research in the USA after Roundup-Ready soybean - prickly lettuce and mayweed chamomile.},
  author={Joseph P. Yenish and Rod Rood and J. Loren Nelson and Christopher Preston and Jacqueline H. Watts and Neville D. Crossman},
  year={2006}
}
Herbicides developed for the USA soybean market have been the primary source of weed management tools for the grain legumes. The introduction of herbicide tolerant technology in soybean and the reduction in the number of companies with active herbicide development programs has limited the options for new modes of action for grain legumes. The answer to discovering effective herbicide tools for grain legumes doesn’t look to be in future chemistry, but with older herbicides. Studies in the state… 

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