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The Australian Experience of Managing Herbicide Resistance and Its Contrasts with the United States--Michael Walsh
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... Modern grain harvesters are efficient at sorting weed seed from crop grain, thus some 95 percent of Lolium seeds pass intact through the grain harvester to be returned to the crop field in the chaff fraction, perpetuating the ongoing weed problem. Therefore, grain harvest represents an excellent opportunity to target Lolium seed production.
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... systems that effectively target annual ryegrass and other weed seeds during the harvest operation. The use of HWSC in addition to herbicidal weed control now has been proven to reduce Lolium infestations dramatically.

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