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dirk_vandenhirtz, veröffentlicht am 16.01.2024

declining weed control over 25 years

Recent research from the University of Illinois highlights a critical challenge in agriculture: glyphosate’s declining efficacy in weed control. Once a ‘silver bullet’, glyphosate now struggles against weed resistance after 25 years of use. This underscores the need for diversified weed management strategies to sustain effective agriculture. Diverse approaches, including varying chemistries and mechanical controls, are essential for long-term weed control. #Agriculture #WeedControl #SustainableFarming”

For more insights, read the full article here.’s innovative technology represents a significant advance in the field of sustainable agriculture, offering a novel solution to the growing problem of weed resistance while ensuring residue-free crop desiccation. This 500-word article looks at how’s approach differs from traditional herbicide methods, focusing on its potential to transform agricultural practices. Innovative approach to weed control’s technology uses electrical weeding, a method that disrupts weed growth by applying a specific electrical charge directly to the weeds. This method is highly effective at controlling weed species, including those that have developed resistance to chemical herbicides. Unlike traditional herbicides, which can lead to resistance over time, electric weeding provides a mechanical mode of action to which weeds cannot easily adapt. Residue-free desiccation A key advantage of technology is its ability to provide residue-free desiccation. This is crucial for farmers who are under increasing pressure to reduce chemical residues in food. The electric weeding method ensures that crops are free of any chemical residues, meeting consumer demands for cleaner, more natural food products. Environmental and health benefits The absence of chemical residues not only benefits consumers, but also has a positive impact on the environment. Traditional herbicides can lead to soil and water contamination, affecting biodiversity and ecosystem health.’s technology mitigates these risks, contributing to more sustainable agricultural practices. Reducing the use of chemicals also improves the health and safety of farm workers, who are often exposed to herbicides in conventional farming. Cost-effectiveness and efficiency Although a high-tech solution, technology is designed to be cost-effective and efficient for farmers. It reduces reliance on expensive chemical herbicides and minimises the need for multiple applications, saving money in the long run. The technology is also scalable, suitable for both small and large farms.