Weed develops resistance, impacts pulse, wheat crops

Mayweed chamomile, also known as dog fennel, populations are becoming more resistant to the usual herbicide chemistries, a Washington State University weed science professor says.

Pacific Northwest wheat and pulse growers are turning to new strategies to control mayweed chamomile, a weed that is developing resistance to Group 2 herbicides.

Source: Weed develops resistance, impacts pulse, wheat crops – Research Center – Capital Press