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  • K. Neil Harker (a1), Carol Mallory-Smith (a2), Bruce D. Maxwell (a3), David A. Mortensen (a4) and Richard G. Smith (a5)...
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Weed resistance to herbicides occurs when herbicides are overused and can be mitigated by reducing their use. Consensus on herbicide resistance management strategies is problematic given strong industrial profit motive links in the weed science discipline.

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Associate Editor for this paper: William Vencill, University of Georgia

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