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EWRS Herbicide Resistance Working Group - 2017 workshop

 

Presentations
May 29 - 31 st, 2017

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  1. Risk of gene-flow in oilseed rape and possible ways of its avoidance; Holec, J. and Soukup J.
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  2. Sunflower hybrids tolerant to herbicides (ALS inhibitors) and the potential risks of their crossing with weedy sunflower; Darko Stojićević, Dragana Božić, Aleksandra Dimitrijević, Dragana Miladinović, Sava Vrbničanin
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  3. Gene-flow in Beta (beet) complex and its consequences for growing of HT sugar beet; Josef Soukup, Josef Holec and Kateřina Hamouzová
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  4. Herbicide strategy used in glyphosate-tolerant crops provides efficient weed control and favors beneficial epigeic arthropods; Zdeňka Svobodová, Oxana Skoková Habuštová, Josef Soukup, František Sehnal
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  5. Stewardship and diagnostic tests supporting ALS tolerant sugarbeet; A. Collavo, R. Beffa, R. Hain, M. Wegener
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  6. The sense and nonsense of commercial Glyphosate resistant Lolium spp.; Belvaux X., Brants I. and De Prado R.
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  7. Stewardship of new herbicide tolerant seed traits: a US perspective; Theresa Reinhardt and Wesley J Everman
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  8. Integrated weed management systems with herbicide-tolerant crops in the European Union: lessons learnt from home and abroad; Kudsk P
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  9. Herbicide resistant weeds and herbicide tolerant crops; Jan Petersen
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  10. Herbicide tolerant varieties for improvement of cropping systems; Jan Petersen
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  11. Herbicide tolerant crops in control of parasitic weeds, with special emphasis on Orobanche cumana and Cuscuta campestris in herbicide-tolerantsunflower and sugar beet; MalidžaG., Jocić, S., Rajković, M., Cvejić, S., Ćurčić, Ž.
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  12. Wheat and weed resistant's to IMI: A lesson to learn; Pablo Tomás Fernández-Moreno, Rafael Roldan, Rafael de Prado
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  13. Effect of application-time on control Orobanche cumana in HT sunflower; Zalai M., Perczel M., Pálinkás Z., and Dorner Z
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  14. Influence of Clearfield HT oilseed rape on crop establishment and seed oil quality; Matthias Pfenning
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  15. Herbicide tolerant oilseed rape cultivars as a solution for volunteer Brassica rapa control in the ; Josef Holec, Pavlína Košnarová, and Pavel Hamouz
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  16. Competition and reproduction ability of volunteer Clearfield oil-seed in cereals and its control; Jursík, M., Kolářová, M., Fendrychová, V., and Procházka, L.
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  17. Response of ALS-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides to different herbicide strategies in a crop rotation including imidazolinone-tolerant oilseed rape; Löbmann, A. and J. Petersen
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  18. Advantages and new challenges for use of cycloxydim-tolerant maize; Malidža G., Bekavac, G., Rajković, M., Vasić, M.
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