Biology, Identification & Management of Glyphosate-Resistant Horseweed

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Horseweed, also known as marestail or Canadian fleabane, is a common broadleaf annual weed in prairies, pastures, cropland and roadsides throughout North America. The recent discovery of glyphosate-resistant horseweed populations presents a new challenge for managing this weed in Montana. The identification and biology, as well as the integrated management of horseweed are discussed in this MontGuide. Black and white, 4 pages.

  • AuthorTimothy Fine, Sean McKenzie, Chengci Chen and Fabian Menalled
  • Copyright2016
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