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Stefano Fiorio, Stefano Macolino, and Bernd Leinauer

, G.E. Martin, D.L. Kuzmic, R.M. Stone, M.L. Solie, J.B. 2000 Herbicide tolerance of two cold-resistant bermudagrass ( Cynodon spp.) cultivars determined by visual assessment and vehicle-mounted optical sensing Weed Technol. 14 635 641 Bell, G

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Inmaculada Vila, Ester Sales, Javier Ollero, Jesús Muñoz-Bertomeu, Juan Segura, and Isabel Arrillaga

species, and therefore oleander plants with new favorable traits such as herbicide tolerance, reduced height, pathogen resistance, and engineered metabolites could be obtained. To date, however, there is only one reference on the genetic transformation of

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Megh Singh, Shiv D. Sharma, Analiza H.M. Ramirez, and Amit J. Jhala

, integrated weed management practices, which might include sanitation, mulching, soil solarization, preplant fumigation, use of herbicides with different mode of action, tank mix of herbicides, and monitoring of weeds for herbicide-tolerance is required for

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Nuananong Purente, Bin Chen, Xiaowei Liu, Yunwei Zhou, and Miao He

variation, such as herbicide tolerance in soybean ( Sebastian et al., 1989 ), early flowering in spring rape ( Thurling and Depittayanan, 1992 ), male sterility in wheat ( Maan and Williams, 1984 ), and reduced fruit size in tomato ( Yudhvir, 1995

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Trent M. Tate, Stacy A. Bonos, and William A. Meyer

) developed the aminotriazole-tolerant ‘Countess’ chewings fescue to control annual bluegrass. Herbicide tolerance development in hard fescue has been demonstrated previously with the nonselective herbicide glyphosate to develop ‘Aurora Gold’, which is an

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Guo-Qing Song, Kenneth C. Sink, Peter W. Callow, Rebecca Baughan, and James F. Hancock

. Broad-spectrum herbicide resistance genes have been introduced into many crop species ( Castle et al., 2004 ; James, 2007 ). In 2006, herbicide tolerance, deployed in soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.], maize ( Zea mays L.), canola ( Brassica napus L

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William E. Klingeman, Gregory R. Armel, Henry P. Wilson, Thomas E. Hines, Jose J. Vargas, and Philip C. Flanagan

rates of HPPD and PSII inhibitors could optimize weed control and increase herbicide tolerance to turfgrass and ornamental crops ( Cutulle et al., 2013b ). Therefore, objectives of this research were to evaluate low rates of the HPPD herbicide mesotrione

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Avery Shikanai and Karla L. Gage

synopsis 89 109 Altieri, M. Nicholls, C. Sustainable agriculture reviews 42: Hemp production and applications. Springer Cham, Switzerland Flessner, M.L. Bamber, K.W. Fike, J.H. 2020 Evaluating herbicide tolerance of industrial hemp

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metolachlor plus clomazone than when applied alone. Marketable grade yields were higher with S -metolachlor compared to equivalent rates of metolachlor except for the 0.76 lb ai/acre rate. Differential Clomazone, Herbicide Tolerance among Sweetpotato