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- “A weed is a plant that is not only in the wrong place, but intends to stay.” - Sara Bonnett Stein, in My Weeds: A Gardener’s Botany, 1988
Category Archives: Science
Herbicide resistance could confer an advantage on plants in the wild. Jane Qiu – 16 August 2013 . A genetic-modification technique used widely to make crops herbicide resistant has been shown to confer advantages on a weedy form of rice, … Continue reading
June 20, 2013 — A team of researchers from Texas and Colorado has identified a variety of factors that influence the likelihood of E. coli contamination of spinach on farms prior to harvest. Their research is published in the July … Continue reading
Staff Reports Spring tillage is a tradition that is steeped deeply into American agriculture. But more and more producers are realizing that this iconic tradition is costing them – in more ways than one. Tillage, which was once considered necessary … Continue reading
Invasive kudzu bugs may pose greater threat than previously thought.