2019
Take Action - Multi State Herbicide Resistant Crops and Weeds Educational Program (1920-172-0126-B)
Contributor/Checkoff:
Category:
Sustainable Production
Keywords:
(none assigned)
Parent Project:
This is the first year of this project.
Lead Principal Investigator:
Bill Johnson, Purdue University
Co-Principal Investigators:
Robert Hartzler, Iowa State University
Dallas Peterson, Kansas State University
Christy Sprague, Michigan State University
Mark Loux, The Ohio State University
Aaron Hager, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Travis Legleiter, University of Kentucky
Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri
Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee-Institute of Agriculture
Rodrigo Werle, University of Wisconsin - Madison
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Project Code:
1920-172-0126-B
Contributing Organization (Checkoff):
Leveraged Funding (Non-Checkoff):
None
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Brief Project Summary:

Unique Keywords:
#herbicide, #resistance management, #weed control, #weeds
Information And Results
Final Project Results

Updated December 10, 2019:
This multi-state project was started 6 years ago to inform growers about best management practices for new soybean herbicide resistance traits. Because there was a greater need for information to control herbicide resistant weeds in the early years of this effort, and there were delays in trait regulatory approvals, most of the early work focused on workshops and development of training materials for control of herbicide-resistant weeds in Roundup Ready and non-GMO soybeans. More recently, utilization of Liberty Link and Xtend soybean has grown, cover crop adoption has expanded, thus, the emphasis has shifted towards education and demonstration using these technologies to control weeds. However, there is still a need to continue the education and demonstration process as we learn more about application technologies to keep herbicides from moving off-target, use of diverse cover crops as a weed control tool, and with the recent approval of Enlist soybean and additional herbicide-resistance traited soybean varieties which will be grown commercially in the near future.

The United Soybean Research Retention policy will display final reports with the project once completed but working files will be purged after three years. And financial information after seven years. All pertinent information is in the final report or if you want more information, please contact the project lead at your state soybean organization or principal investigator listed on the project.