The U.S. Experience with Herbicide Resistance – Dr. Jason Norsworthy, University of Arkansas
This lecture gives background knowledge on how herbicide and herbicide resistance changed agricultural practices in the Southern United States. He focuses on the game changing effects of Palmer amaranth and provides herbicide preservation strategies.
Palmer Amaranth Local Stakeholders Meeting 2015 – Palmer Project Team, Simpson College
This is a recording of the first stakeholders meeting held during the first phase of the Palmer Project in 2015. In it, the team explains the NetLogo simulation and facilitates a discussion between local farmers, extension agents, chemical company representatives, and other concerned groups.
The Integrated Harrington Seed Destructor – Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative
The United States is not the only country dealing with extreme herbicide resistance problems. In response to similar weed issues, Australian innovators created the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (iHSD) which “comprises of two hydraulically driven cage mills that are mounted within the rear of the harvester (just below the sieves).” The Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative determined that the mills can destroy 93 to 99% of the weed seeds that enter them. While not currently available in the U.S., the iHSD represents potential to better manage weeds in the future.