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Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative

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What is AHRI?


Welcome to The Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI) homepage! Before you dig into all our publications and podcasts, you might be wondering who we are and what we do. AHRI was a GRDC initiative which launched in 1998 under the guidance of Professor Stephen Powles. In 2018, we celebrated 20 years of GRDC funding, operating as a research group out of the University of Western Australia. You can get a great overview of what we’re all about by watching the video on the right. You can also learn more in this Outlooks on Pest Management article here.

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Group H (HPPD) resistant wild radish

Wed, 12 Feb 2020

The first resistance to HPPD herbicides in wild radish has now been discovered by AHRI researchers led by PhD candidate Huan Lu. Wild radish is just the third weed in the world to evolve resistance to this group of herbicides. The wild radish in this research was resistant to several other groups of herbicides which may have led to metabolic resistance to HPPD.

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Publications Farming without Glyphosate?

Mon, 13 Jan 2020

With glyphosate currently under intense scrutiny worldwide from an environmental and health perspective, the paper’s authors contemplate possible scenarios of farming without our most important and popular herbicide.


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