Why highly glyphosate resistant plants can’t compete

AHRI Snapshots

Oct 3 2022 • 12 mins

In this AHRI Snapshots we catch up with Dr Martin Vila-Aiub, who was co-author on a recent publication that our latest AHRI insight covers.  It’s all about how highly glyphosate resistant plants can’t compete.

AHRI researchers recently teamed up with Martin, who is based in Argentina and other researchers from Brazil to investigate the combination of crop competition and glyphosate on glyphosate-resistant goosegrass.

Competition alone from Soybeans reduced the growth of plants with the TIPS mutation by 95%, and the addition of glyphosate actually made these plants grow a little better!

You can also read the publication for this work here.

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