Duke, SO; Lydon, J; Koskinen, WC; Moorman, TB; Chaney, RL; Hammerschmidt, R
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2012 September. 60(42):10375–10397
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PMID: 23013354 DOI: 10.1021/jf302436u
Claims have been made recently that glyphosate-resistant (GR) crops sometimes have mineral deficiencies and increased plant disease. This review evaluates the literature that is germane to these claims. Our conclusions are: (1) although there is conflicting literature on the effects of glyphosate on mineral nutrition on GR crops, most of the literature indicates that mineral nutrition in GR crops is not affected by either the GR trait or by application of glyphosate; (2) most of the available data support the view that neither the GR transgenes nor glyphosate use in GR crops increases crop disease; and (3) yield data on GR crops do not support the hypotheses that there are substantive mineral nutrition or disease problems that are specific to GR crops.
Duke, SO, J Lydon, WC Koskinen, TB Moorman, RL Chaney, R Hammerschmidt. "Glyphosate effects on plant mineral nutrition, crop rhizosphere microbiota, and plant disease in glyphosate-resistant crops." Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60.42 (2012): 10375–10397. Web. 18 Jan. 2018.
Duke, SO., Lydon, J., Koskinen, WC., Moorman, TB., Chaney, RL., & Hammerschmidt, R. (2012). Glyphosate effects on plant mineral nutrition, crop rhizosphere microbiota, and plant disease in glyphosate-resistant crops. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 60(42), 10375–10397. doi:10.1021/jf302436u
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