Herbicide Resistance Action Committee helps to protect crop yields and quality in the global fight against herbicide-resistant weeds.
The global Herbicide Resistance Action Committee (HRAC) is an international body founded by the agrochemical industry, helps to protect crop yields and quality worldwide by supporting efforts in the fight against herbicide-resistant weeds.
Herbicides are the primary economic means to control weeds and they play a crucial role in helping humanity feed itself. The evolution of herbicide-resistant weeds is a serious problem facing the global agricultural community — they threaten regions, economies and the livelihoods of farming families. But, herbicide resistance can be managed and HRAC provides the information necessary to take a stand against herbicide-resistant weeds.
HRAC is dedicated to a cooperative approach to the management of herbicide-resistant weeds. By collecting, assessing and sharing information on weed resistance, HRAC acts as a comprehensive and reliable source for the people who feed our growing world.
And to continue feeding our world, sustainability is key. The work done by the global HRAC contributes to sustainable crop practices worldwide, which allow farming families to grow more food on less land and help preserve and protect our natural resources for generations to come.
From rural communities to agriculture experts, HRAC provides the knowledge to protect the planet while winning the fight against herbicide resistance.