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Agriculture: Short-Term versus Long-Term Gain: Part I

Today’s column is in the form of a two-part story. Hopefully it will demonstrate the danger in not thinking long-term and trying to identify the unintended consequences when making farming decisions. Before we start, the goal here is not to identify villains, or heroes for that matter, but the need for everyone involved in agriculture to try and think in the very long-term and critically evaluate information. And for those of us past a certain age, this is the Readers’ Digest version.
By the late 1980s broadleaf weeds were developing resistance to the herbicide chemistries used to control them ...


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