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Journal of Chemical Biology

, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp 129–132

First Online: 30 July 2014Received: 09 July 2014Accepted: 10 July 2014

Abstract

Herbicide resistance is a growing threat to agriculture and has parallels to resistances to fungicides and insecticides. However, there are many reasons to treat the resistance to herbicides differently. To highlight these similarities and differences, three pests, a weed, an insect, and a disease that have shown the ability to rapidly develop resistance to a variety of products and product classes were used as illustrations. The situation in herbicide resistance is approaching a point already experienced by the other pest control disciplines, and thus, it is worthwhile to revisit their experiences.

KeywordsHerbicide resistance Fungicide resistance Insecticide resistance Best management practices  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Harry J. Strek

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