Andrew Price

Agricultural Research ServiceUnited States of America

Andrew Price is a weed scientist at USDA-ARS National Soil Dynamics Laboratory as well as an affiliate associate professor at Agronomy and Soils Department, Auburn University. Dr. Price is a native of East Tennessee, USA, and has received both B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Tennessee majoring in plant and soil sciences and a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University majoring in crop science. Dr. Price’s primary responsibilities in the Conservation Systems Research Group are to conduct research addressing the impact of integrated weed management strategies on weed populations/competitiveness in conservation systems as well as to develop cost-effective and environmentally friendly weed management systems integrating conservation tillage, crop rotations, cover crops, and weed management systems.

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Herbicides are one of the most widely used groups of pesticides worldwide for controlling weedy species in agricultural and non-crop settings. Due to the extensive use of herbicides and their value in weed management, herbicide research remains crucial for ensuring continued effective use of herbicides while minimizing detrimental effects to ecosystems. Presently, a wide range of research continues to focus on the physiology of herbicide action, the environmental impact of herbicides, and safety. The authors of Herbicides, Physiology of Action, and Safety cover multiple topics concerning current valuable herbicide research.

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