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Why Isn’t Weed Killer Working Anymore?

In 1997 there were 432 new patents for herbicides, by 2009 there were only 65. The development of broad spectrum glyphosate and “Roundup Ready crops” was a game-changer that worked so well people basically stopped looking for new herbicides. That is until the weeds started fighting back.