Weed control in Australian grain production systems, now and into the future

Michael J. Walsh, John Broster, Greg Condon

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The reliance on herbicidal weed control has resulted in the widespread evolution of herbicide-resistant weed populations (Boutsalis et al., 2012; Broster et al., 2013; Owen et al., 2014). Changing regulations and expensive herbicidal development costs combined with the perennial threat of herbicide resistance, increase the dependence of the effectiveness of future weed control programs on the availability of alternate weed control technologies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGrains research update
Subtitle of host publicationBoosting profitability - resilient solutions
PublisherGrains Research and Development Corporation
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 19 Feb 2019
EventGRDC Grains Research Update (Wagga Wagga) - Joyes Hall, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia
Duration: 19 Feb 201920 Feb 2019
https://grdc.com.au/events/list/2019/02/grdc-grains-research-update-wagga-wagga (Conference website)
https://grdc.com.au/resources-and-publications/grdc-update-papers/tab-content/past-update-proceedings/2019/grdc-grains-research-update-wagga-wagga-2019?result_296215_result_page=2 (Proceedings link)

Publication series

NameGRDC Grains Research Update


ConferenceGRDC Grains Research Update (Wagga Wagga)
Abbreviated titleBoosting Profitability - Resilient Solutions
CityWagga Wagga
OtherThe GRDC Grains Research Update events are for agronomists, consultants, researchers and growers to see and discuss the latest in research and to network with their peers about how to apply new and relevant information to the latest farming systems.
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