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    New Development in Glyphosate Resistance

    Palmer amaranth A new study reveals how weeds develop resistance to glyphosate herbicide. Researchers specifically looked at Palmer amaranth, one of the most difficult-to-control weeds in row crops. Resistant weeds differ genetically from other weeds. Researchers found that in glyphosate-resistant weeds, the chromosomes containing the target gene form a separate, self-replicating DNA structure. This altered DNA then continuously produces the enzyme that glyphosate targets. The abundance of this enzyme negates the impact of the glyphosate…

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