It’s been nearly 30 years since we discovered a new type of herbicide, and every year the number of chemical-resistant weed strains continues to march higher. Today, there are more than 35 different glyphosate-resistant weed types worldwide, and regulators are increasingly pushing for clean, non-chemical solutions.Learn how electricity is being used to address this market at “Reshaping Weed Control for a Healthier Future,” a free webinar to be held July 20th at 3PM CST with Dirk Vandenhirtz, CEO of Zasso Group. (Even if you can’t make the live broadcast, registered users will be able to view a recording on our website after the fact.) Register now. Zasso Group’s electroherb system can be attached to a conventional tractor, delivering an electrical current below the surface that kills invasive weeds at the root. Unlike other non-chemical herbicides, this system is fast and long-lasting, preventing erosion and allowing for good water infiltration on treated fields.