Roundup Ready Crops Become Weeds In Rotation

Donnie Miller  |  9/1/2006 8:56:25 PM

(TV News 07/31/06) Growers fight a standing battle against weeds. Roundup Ready varieties are resistant to glyphosate herbicides, so growers can control weeds on these cotton or soybean varieties without harming their crops. Unfortunately, however, for growers who rotate Roundup Ready soybeans and cotton, volunteer growth from the previous season’s crop can become a weed. (Runtime: 1 minute, 30 seconds)
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