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Bayer’s Integrated Weed Management (IWM) Program is a global approach to enhance agricultural productivity and secure food supplies in the long term by offering customized solutions for weed control and strongly promoting best management practices more

Cover crop helps control black grass

A partnership with Agrovista in the UK showed that the use of low biomass cover crop significantly reduced the amount of black grass infesting heavy soils in the UK.

New IWM Platform set up in Iran to drive the dialog on sustainable weed control

Discover more about a five-year IWM program in Iran to develop and demonstrate sustainable best practices in weed control for arable crops.

Weed control in cereals: promoting co-creation of IWM solutions with farmers

France celebrated the 15th HerbInnov with more than than 220 visitors to talk about issues related to weed control and solutions available to sustain the profitability of farms.

When a plan comes together

Farmers around the world are challenged by many natural causes and one major factor being weeds. This calls for an integrated approach combining diverse weed control tactics.
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Stories from the field

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"Because of rotation our yields are phenomenal"

Scientists estimate half the fields on the Southern Alberta prairies have Group 1 herbicide-resistant wild oats. But cereal and cow-calf farmer Roy Newman has fixed the problem. How did he go about it?

The sun rises on crop diversity

Maize (corn) monocultures are a common sight on Hungary’s Northern Great Plain. But when Panicum riparium raised its ugly head in 2010, Istvan Szolomajer started rotating his crops to tackle this resistance threat. 

Turkey’s female pharmacist-farmer

A female farmer with a degree in pharmacy: Özden Karaevli’s detailed knowledge of chemistry gives her an added advantage in finding solutions to weed resistance. 

“México es maíz”

In Mexico’s main corn-growing region herbicide resistance has been causing concern for several years. Samuel Sahagun explains what he’s doing to tackle this challenge.

“No farm is an island”

With nearly 200 years of farming experience the Theron family has never stopped the exchange of information with South African farmers.

Helping herbicides through harvest weed seed control

As a plant biology professor and an agronomist, Steve Powles knows from personal experience how troubling resistant weeds are for farmers.
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