The Impact of Volunteer Corn on Crop Yields and Insect Resistance Management Strategies
AbstractVolunteer corn (VC) has reemerged as a problematic weed in corn/soybean rotational cropping systems. This reemergence and increasing prevalence of volunteer corn has been correlated to an increased adoption of herbicide-resistant (HR) corn hybrids and the adoption of conservation tillage. Since the introduction of HR crops, control options, weed/crop competition, and other concerns (i.e., insect resistance management of Bt traits) have increased the amount of attention that volunteer corn is receiving. The objective of this review is to discuss what is known about VC prior to and after the introduction of HR crops, and to discuss new information about this important weed. View Full-Text
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Marquardt, P.T.; Terry, R.M.; Johnson, W.G. The Impact of Volunteer Corn on Crop Yields and Insect Resistance Management Strategies. Agronomy 2013, 3, 488-496.
Marquardt PT, Terry RM, Johnson WG. The Impact of Volunteer Corn on Crop Yields and Insect Resistance Management Strategies. Agronomy. 2013; 3(2):488-496.Chicago/Turabian Style
Marquardt, Paul T.; Terry, Ryan M.; Johnson, William G. 2013. "The Impact of Volunteer Corn on Crop Yields and Insect Resistance Management Strategies." Agronomy 3, no. 2: 488-496.