U.S. Farmers Cope With Roundup-Resistant Weeds – NYTimes.com

by Scott Smith

Pigweed can grow three inches a day and reach seven feet or more, choking out crops; it is so sturdy that it can damage harvesting equipment. In an attempt to kill the pest before it becomes that big, Mr. Anderson and his neighbors are plowing their fields and mixing herbicides into the soil.

Posted via web from S. MacKay Smith’s Notes

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