Investigation of resistance levels and mechanisms to nicosulfuron conferred by non-target-site mechanisms in large crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis L.) from China
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Highlight•No amino acid mutation conferring resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides was identified in R large crabgrass.•One or more P450s may involve in large crabgrass resistance to nicosulfuron.•Nicosulfuron decreased more rapidly in R than in S large crabgrass.•The NTSR mechanisms may responsible for SX02 large crabgrass resistance to nicosulfuron.

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