Cinmethylin controls multiple herbicide resistant Lolium rigidum and its wheat selectivity is P450-based

“Cinmethylin controls multiple herbicide-resistant Lolium rigidum and its wheat selectivity is P450 based” was published in Pest Management Science, by Busi et al. Cinmethylin is a new (old) herbicide being commercialised by BASF that is pre-emergent selective in wheat. Cinmethylin has been shown to be an inhibitor of acyl ACP thioesterase (Campe et al 2018). Cinmethylin is available in 2020 to growers in Australia and imminent elsewhere. In this work, led by AHRI researcher Dr Roberto Busi, cinmethylin was pre-emergent pot-tested on a large number of Lolium populations, many of which have complex patterns of resistance to other pre and … Continue reading Cinmethylin controls multiple herbicide resistant Lolium rigidum and its wheat selectivity is P450-based