Plant variability in triazine resistance
The successful use of any selective herbicide in a given crop/weed situation is determined by the crop’s capacity to remain unharmed while the associated weeds are killed; thus, variability in plant response to herbicides is the major factor that permits the control of certain plants (weeds) and the simultaneous protection of others (e.g., crops).
KeywordsSeed Size Oilseed Rape Herbicide Resistance Vigorous Seedling Single Recessive Gene
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