In 2005, BASF identified the presence of ALS-resistant Palmer amaranth in the following counties in Georgia: Colquitt, Cook, and Mitchell. Also, UGA weed scientists collected pigweed seed from 175 locations around the state to test for glyphosate and ALS resistance. Results of these tests will be made available as soon as possible.

Other Counties in Georgia with ALS-Resistant Palmer Amaranth<BR>Tested by BASF in 2005 <BR>Colquitt <BR>Cook <BR>Mitchell <BR> 175 locations were also sampled by UGA weed scientists in 2005<BR>*<BR>*<BR>*<BR>