was conducted during kharif 2009 and rabi 2009-2010 at Tamil Nadu Agricultural
University, Coimbatore to evaluate the weed control efficiency and yield
potential of glyphosate resistant transgenic maize. Treatments consisted of two
transgenic maize hybrids named Hishell and
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