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Appendix A Summit Agenda A NATIONAL SUMMIT ON STRATEGIES TO MANAGE HERBICIDE-RESISTANT WEEDS Thursday, May 10, 2012 Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University Washington, DC 8:00 Registration 8:30 Welcome Dr. Charles Arntzen, Florence Ely Nelson Presidential Endowed Chair, Arizona State University 9:00 Herbicide resistance in weeds: What is the nature of the problem? Dr. Micheal Owen, Professor of Agronomy, Iowa State University 9:30 The epidemiology of herbicide resistance Dr. Jodie Holt, Professor of Plant Physiology, University of California- Riverside 10:00 Combating the problem: Australia's experience with herbicide resistance Dr. Michael Walsh, Research Associate Professor, University of Western Australia 10:30 Break 39
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40 NATIONAL SUMMIT ON STRATEGIES TO MANAGE HERBICIDE-RESISTANT WEEDS 11:00 Best management practices to control and combat resistance Dr. David Shaw, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Mississippi State University 11:30 Addressing the pressing problem of herbicide resistance Dr. Harold Coble, Agronomist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service 12:00 Lunch 1:15 The impediments to using best management practices Moderator: Mr. Ken Root, Root Communications Panel: Mr. Ben Barstow, Past-President, Washington Association of Wheat Growers Mr. Chuck Farr, Crop Consultant, Mid-South Ag Consultants, Inc. Mr. Dave Miller, Director of Research and Commodity Services, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Mr. Steve Reeves, Vice President, Bank of Fayette County Dr. Dale Shaner, Plant Physiologist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service 2:45 A social science perspective on weed management practices Dr. George Frisvold, Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Extension Specialist, University of Arizona 3:15 Break 3:30 What approaches are most likely to encourage the adoption of best management practices? Moderator: Dr. Kitty Smith, Vice President of Programs & Chief Economist, American Farmland Trust Panel: Dr. Tom Green, President, IPM Institute of North America Dr. John Hamer, Venture Partner, Burrill & Company Dr. John Soteres, Chair, Herbicide Resistance Action Committee Dr. Paul Thompson, W. K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics, Michigan State University Dr. Michael Walsh, Research Associate Professor, University of Western Australia 5:00 The land-grant approach Dr. Steven Leath, President, Iowa State University 5:30 Reception