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Incidence of herbicide resistance in relation to cropping practices of south-eastern Australia



Incidence of herbicide resistance in relation to cropping practices of south-eastern Australia



Proceedings Of The 16th Australian Weeds Conference, Cairns Convention Centre, North Queensland, Australia, 18-22: 86



Herbicide resistance is a common occurrence in weeds of winter crops in southern Australia. In particular, annual ryegrass (<i>Lolium rigidum</i>) has evolved resistance to most herbicides. The extent of resistance is influenced by tillage practices, farming system, intensity of use of herbicides and the herbicide mode of action.

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