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... Effective deployment of such a multifaceted approach will require shifting from the current concept of basing weed management on single-year economic profitability. Programs for herbicide-resistance management must consider use of all cultural, mechanical, and herbicidal options available for effective weed control in each situation and employ the following best management practices (BMPs)
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... 9. Direct federal, state, and industry funding to research addressing the substantial knowledge gaps in BMPs for herbicide resistance and to support cooperative extension services as vital agents in education for resistance management.
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... The goal is to reduce selection pressure through diversification of weed-control techniques, minimize the spread of resistance genes and genotypes via pollen or propagule dispersal, and eliminate additions of weed seed to the soil seedbank. Effective deployment of such a multifaceted approach will require shifting from the current concept of basing weed management on single-year economic thresholds.
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