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Resources Relevant to Glyphosate
Peer Reviewed Articles Regarding the Effects Glyphosate on Plant Disease, Plant Mineral Nutrition and Soil Rhizosphere Biota
- Glyphosate’s Impact on Field Crop Production and Disease Development
- Glyphosate Effects on Plant Mineral Nutrition, Crop Rhizosphere Microbiota, and Plant Disease in Glyphosate-Resistant Crops
- Manganese uptake and redistribution in soybeans as affected by glyphosate
- A critique of studies evaluating glyphosate effects on diseases associated with Fusarium spp.
- GMO literacy: facts and issues
Web Link to a webinar entitled “Glyphosate Product Performance” presented by Dr. Donn Thill, University of Idaho Associate Dean and Director of Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station.
OSU Outreach in Biotechnology (OrB) connects you to accurate information about how biotech can be used in agriculture, forestry, and natural resource management to promote economic benefits, reduce environmental harms, and improve sustainability. It seeks to provide holistic, usable information that gives insights into benefits, risks, and tradeoffs in a manner that is relevant and in context with the social and biological realities of farming and resource management systems. We feature the thoughts and insights of leading scholars in our Food for Thought lecture series, and seek to make those insights widely available to teachers, scientists, and the general public.
National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) provides objective, science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use. NPIC is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.