Soybean School – Attack Glyphosate Resistant Canada Fleabane Pre-Plant

The threat of glyphosate resistance continues to plague growers with weeds like glyphosate resistant Canada fleabane spreading throughout Ontario. If left unchecked, the weed has the potential to become a much bigger problem in Ontario and eventually other parts of Canada as well. That’s where a “big picture” approach has to be brought in at the farm level. That approach means formulating the most effective plan of attack possible to keep the weed from getting established on your farm.

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In this episode of the Soybean School, we look at why glyphosate resistant Canada fleabane has the potential to be such a big problem and how determining the best time to attack the weed can be key to a successful strategy.

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