Managing Herbicide-Resistant Plants in Direct-seed Dry Land Wheat Production Systems in the Pacific Northwest Grant uri icon

Overview

abstract

  • Weeds often pose the single greatest threat to successful adoption of direct-seed dry land winter wheat cropping systems. This research examines the effectiveness of using herbicide-resistant crops to control weeds in direct-seed, dry land wheat production systems. This research also examines strategies to prevent or minimize selection of herbicide-resistant weeds in dry land wheat cropping systems.

date/time interval

  • July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2006

sponsor award ID

  • IDA01201

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contributor

  • Thill, Donn   Principal Investigator   2000 - 2006