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제초제 저항성작물에서 잡초관리기술 동향 및 전망

Current Status and Perspective of Weed Management in Herbicide-Resistant Crops

Weed & Turfgrass Science v.2 no.3 , 2013년, pp.221 - 229  
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우리나라에서 제초제 저항성작물의 개발과 저항성작물의 실용화 재배가 이루어질 경우를 대비하기 위하여 제초제 저항성작물 개발 및 잡초방제 연구현황을 분석하고 앞으로의 잡초방제 방향과 전망에 관하여 기술하였다. 제초제 저항성작물 개발은 작물에 대한 약해 없이 한 가지 제초제만을 사용해서 선택적으로 광범한 잡초방제 효과를 나타낼 수 있는 획기적인 잡초관리 기술의 하나이다. Glyphosate 저항성 형질전환 콩, 옥수수, 캐놀라, 면화에서 glyphosate 사용은 단순한 잡초방제법으로 저비용으로 편리하게 잡초를 관리할 수 있다. 한 작물에 glyphosate와 glufosinate에 모두 저항성인 이중저항성작물은 옥수수, 콩, 면화에서 개발되어 glyphosate 저항성잡초를 방제할 수 있었으며, 기존 제초제 기술의 영역을 확장할 수 있을 것이다. 그리고 glyphosate를 ALS 저해형 제초제, 합성옥신 제초제, HPPD 저해형 제초제 혹은 ACCase 저해형 제초제를 포함한 새로운 제초제 저항성작물 개발은 제초제 저항성잡초를 효과적으로 방제하기 위하여 가까운 장래에 개발되기를 기대한다. 또한 제초제 저항성작물만으로는 잡초문제를 해결할 수 없기 때문에 앞으로 다른 작용기작 제초제의 교호사용, 기계적, 경종적 방법을 통합한 종합적잡초관리 체계에 관한 연구가 요망된다.

Abstract

This paper reviews current status of weed control practices in herbicide-resistant crops to examine weed management strategies in cope with cropping herbicide-resistant crops in the near future. Herbicide-resistant crops were rapidly adopted weed management technologies due to broad-spectrum weed control without crop injury. Transgenic glyphosate-resistant cultivars in soybean, corn, canola, and cotton were adopted to manage weeds at lower cost in a simplified weed management system. Dual stack crops with glyphosate and glufosinate resistance were developed to control glyphosate resistant weeds in corn, soybean and cotton. New multiple herbicide-resistant crops with resistance to glyphosate and glufosinate, acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitors, synthetic auxin herbicides, 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD) inhibitors or acetyl Coenzyme A carboxylase (ACCase) inhibitors will expended the utility of existing herbicide technologies to manage the evolution of resistant weeds. However, herbicide resistant crops alone cannot solve weed problems and thus studies on diverse weed managements using an array of alternating herbicides of mode of action, mechanical, and cultural practices are needed for integrated weed management systems in the future.

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