Special Issue "Weeds and Herbicide Resistance: Challenges, Approaches and Perspectives"
A special issue of Agriculture (ISSN 2077-0472).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 November 2019) | Viewed by 8421
Interests: weed ecology; chemical weed control; weed resistance and herbicide tolerant crops; agroecology
Interests: agronomy; weed biology and ecology; herbicide resistance; integrated weed management
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Herbicide resistance in weeds poses one of the major risks for sustainability of herbicide use and farming systems. The present Special Issue focuses on herbicide resistance mechanisms and management and includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:
- New cases of herbicide resistance (species, modes of action)
- Physiology and ecology of herbicide resistant biotypes
- Dynamics of herbicide resistance in populations in space and time
- Mechanisms and patterns of herbicide resistance
- New tests for detection of resistance
- Surveys, mapping and databasing of herbicide resistance
- Integrated management of herbicide resistance
- Decision support systems and informatics
- New technologies and precision agriculture for prevention and management of resistance
Research papers and reviews on one or more of the above-mentioned issues or any other relevant to herbicide resistance are welcome. The goal of this Special Issue is, not only to present the most advanced research dealing with herbicide resistance, but also to show the most recent trends and approaches.
Prof. Dr. Josef Soukup
Assist. Prof. Ilias Travlos
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- Herbicide resistance
- Target site resistance (TSR)
- Non-target site resistance (NTSR)
- Mechanisms of resistance
- Fitness cost
- Resistance testing and quick tests
- Integrated weed management
- Agronomic practices
- Alternative herbicides
- Precision agriculture approaches