Researchers seek grower opinions on glufosinate use, performance

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University of Arkansas Extension weed specialist Tommy Butts is among the researchers conducting the glufosinate survey.

A collaborative project among weed scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Arkansas and University of Nebraska-Lincoln is underway to better understand glufosinate efficacy for weed management in U.S. soybeans.

As part of this effort, a survey for growers, applicators, consultants, Extension personnel, etc. has been developed to better understand how glufosinate is being used and perceptions regarding its efficacy.

Your time participating in this online survey is much appreciated and your responses will be of great value to our future weed management research and Extension efforts.

Participation is voluntary; by continuing with the survey you are giving your consent to participate in this research study. If you have any questions about your rights as a research participant or have complaints about the research study or study team, call the confidential research compliance line at 833-652-2506.

Staff will work with you to address concerns about research participation and assist in resolving problems. Please feel free to reach out to Dr. Rodrigo Werle via email ( if you have questions.

• Bruno Canella Vieira, University of Wisconsin-Madison (

• Rodrigo Werle, University of Wisconsin-Madison (

• Tommy Butts, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture (

•Jeff Golus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln WCREEC (

Complete the survey now

The University of Wisconsin contributed information for this article.

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