Understanding Glyphosate to Increase Performance
Reviewed by Kevin Bradley
Division of Plant Sciences
Bob Hartzler, Iowa State University
Chris Boerboom, University of Wisconsin
Glenn Nice, Purdue University
Peter Sikkema, University of Guelph
The following abstract describes a publication that is intended as a downloadable PDF. Please see the link to the PDF file on this page.
Glyphosate and Roundup Ready crops are popular because they provide consistent, broad-spectrum weed control with minimal risk of crop injury. On occasion, however, growers experience poor weed control with glyphosate, generally because of application- or weather-related factors. This publication examines the factors that affect glyphosate performance and offers management strategies to minimize fluctuations in its effectiveness.