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Resistant liverseed grass in northern NSW
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The world's third case of glyphosate-resistant liverseed grass has been confirmed in northern New South Wales, seven years after the first two cases were confirmed from east of Moree, NSW... Tony Cook, weeds specialist with the NSW Department of Primary Industries, says that while it is only the third confirmed case of glyphosate-resistant liverseed grass in seven years, it comes from a new area and has a much higher level of resistance than previous populations... Mr Cook says imazapic can be used in summer fallow as a residual herbicide to control multiple weed germinations and then be followed by a winter crop of chickpeas or imidazolinone-tolerant barley...
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