Database Research Summaries2018 Monitoring Herbicide Resistant Weeds and Improving Management of Xtend Soybeans
The focus of this project is to improve weed management in soybean by characterizing
new and expanding types of herbicide-resistant weeds across the Indiana landscape and
working towards increased education and successful implementation of Roundup Ready
Xtend soybean to provide the greatest benefit to Indiana soybean producers.
- Document the confirmation and distribution of Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, giant
ragweed, horseweed, and other emerging weeds that are resistant to glyphosate, PPOinhibiting herbicides, and other key herbicide modes of action.
- Demonstrate Best Management Practices for Roundup Ready Xtend soybeans for
The results will be added upon completion of the project.
Reduce the impact of herbicide-resistant weeds on soybean production and profitability and develop best management practices for herbicide-resistant weed species.
For more information about this research project, please visit the National Soybean Checkoff Research Database.
Funded in part by the soybean checkoff.