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Waterhemp weed uses genetic ‘tricks’ to outsmart herbicides, threatening farmers’ crop yields

The weed that represents the biggest threat to Midwestern corn and soybean production, waterhemp, has outsmarted almost every kind of ...
tomato forks x

Tomato plants kill their own cells to fight infection

University of Illinois | 
When a plant senses an invading pathogen, it [can sacrifice] host cells to the pathogen. This is a tightly controlled ...
PalmerAmarath x

Genetically modified weeds could usher in new era of ‘genetic control’

University of Illinois | 
The USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture has announced a $500,000 grant to University of Illinois researchers in the ...
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Soybeans resistant to herbicide dicamba will improve weed control but may not meet expectations

Pantagraph | 
A barrier to weed control on soybean farms has been lifted after the [EPA] approved a label allowing use of the ...
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