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Dicamba-responsive genes in herbicide-resistant and susceptible biotypes of kochia ( Kochia scoparia )
Denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography efficiently detects mutations of the acetolactate synthase gene
Influence of formulation and glyphosate salt on absorption and translocation in three annual weeds
Influence of soybean row width and velvetleaf emergence time on velvetleaf ( Abutilon theophrasti )
Relative fitness of imazamox-resistant common sunflower and prairie sunflower
Effects of canopy shade on the morphology, phenology, and seed characteristics of Powell amaranth ( Amaranthus powellii )
Moisture and temperature requirements for London rocket ( Sisymbrium irio ) emergence
WeedTurf: a predictive model to aid control of annual summer weeds in turf
Mesotrione plus atrazine mixtures for control of Canada thistle ( Cirsium arvense )
Activity, adsorption, mobility, and field persistence of pyrithiobac in three soils
Introduction to the symposium on site-specific weed management
Justification for site-specific weed management based on ecology and economics
Sampling to make maps for site-specific weed management
Predicting the occurrence of nonindigenous species using environmental and remotely sensed data
A review of remote sensing of invasive weeds and example of the early detection of spotted knapweed ( Centaurea maculosa ) and babysbreath ( Gypsophila paniculata ) with a hyperspectral sensor
Site-specific weed management: sensing requirements— what do we need to see?
Economics of site-specific weed management
Translation of remote sensing data into weed management decisions
Kansas City, MO February 13, 2004