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Using the GeneSys-beet model to evaluate and manage populations of Herbicide-Tolerant weed beet, and implications for coexistence of Herbicide Tolerant and conventional sugar beets

Abstract : Simulations were carried out with the GeneSys sugar beet model to assess the impact of introduction of GM herbicide-tolerant beet varieties into actual European cropping systems. Problems related to the appearance of HT weed beet and related practices were identified and further evaluated. As final step, the efficiency of different mitigation measures applied by the GM crop farmer to reduce the content of GM seeds with tolerance to herbicide in the seed bank of the neighbouring non-GM fields was compared.
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Frédérique Angevin, Mathilde Sester, C. Choimet, Antoine Messean, M. Gomez-Barbero, et al.. Using the GeneSys-beet model to evaluate and manage populations of Herbicide-Tolerant weed beet, and implications for coexistence of Herbicide Tolerant and conventional sugar beets. Second International Conference GMCC-05, Nov 2005, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02762139⟩

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