RESISTANT PIGWEEDS and other glyphosate resistant species are forcing farmers across much of the Cotton Belt to alter the way they manage crop production. Some are changing tillage methods; others are looking for herbicide combinations to control glyphosate resistant weeds and some are chopping weeds manually and hauling them out of the field. Several task forces are looking for solutions.
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