The Economics of Glyphosate Resistance Management in Corn and Soybean Production
by Michael Livingston, Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo
, Jesse Unger, Craig Osteen, David Schimmelpfennig
, Timothy Park
, and Dayton Lambert
Economic Research Report No. (ERR-184) 52 pp, April 2015
Widespread use of glyphosate (a highly effective herbicide) for corn and soybean has led to glyphosate resistance, and recent surveys suggest that acreage with glyphosate-resistant weeds is expanding. This report explores a number of issues related to the decline of glyphosate's effectiveness and choices for managing resistance to it.
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Keywords: glyphosate, Roundup, glyphosate resistance, corn, soybean, common property, resistance-management practices, weeds, horseweed
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