Managing Against the Development of Herbicide Resistant Weeds: Sugarcane
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Rainbolt, Curtis R., Brent A. Sellers, Jason A. Ferrell, and Gregory E. MacDonald. 2006. “Managing Against the Development of Herbicide Resistant Weeds: Sugarcane: SS-AGR-244/SC077, 2/2006”. EDIS 2006 (4). Gainesville, FL.


Producing a profitable sugarcane crop in Florida depends, in part, on effectively controlling weeds that can reduce yields. Because they provide an efficient and cost effective means of weed control, herbicides are a critical component of sugarcane weed management programs. However, in many cropping systems excessive use of a single herbicide, or group of herbicides with the same site of action, has resulted in the development of herbicide resistant weeds. This document is SS-AGR-244, one of a series of the Agronomy Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date February 2006.

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