- Combating herbicide resistance by developing and promoting more sustainable grass-weed control strategies
- Developing and promoting more sustainable Grass- Weed control strategies to combat herbicide resistance
- Sustaining winter cropping rotations under threat from herbicide resistant black-grass
- Multiple Herbicide Resistance in Grass Weeds: from Genes to AgroEcosystems
- US:Harnessing next-gen sequencing technologies for eco-evolutionary studies of herbicide resistance and weed biology
R Hull, L V Tatnell, S K Cook & S R Moss. (2014). Current status of herbicide-resistant weeds in the UK. Aspects of Applied Biology 127, 2014, Crop Production in Southern Britain, 261-272.
R Hull, S Clark, L Westrup & S R Moss. (2014). The efficacy of flufenacet based herbicides on Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass): analysis of data from 375 field trials. Aspects of Applied Biology 127, 2014, Crop Production in Southern Britain: Precision Decisions for Profitable Cropping, 49-55.
S R Moss, R Hull, R Marshall and S A M Perryman. (2014) Changes in the incidence of herbicide-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) in England, based on sampling the same randomly selected fields on two occasions. Aspects of Applied Biology 127, 2014, Crop Production in Southern Britain, 39-48.
R. Hull, S. R. Moss (2013). Resistance to ALS inhibiting herbicides in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides): What can be learnt from the last 10 years? In Abstracts 16th European Weed Research Society (EWRS) Symposium, Samsun, Turkey, 24-27 June 2013, 260.
Marshall, R., S. J. Hanley, R Hull & S Moss. (2013). "The presence of two different target-site resistance mechanisms in individual plants of Alopecurus myosuroides Huds., identified using a quick molecular test for the characterisation of six ALS and seven ACCase SNPs." Pest Management Science 69(6): 727-737.
R. Hull, S. R. Moss (2012) Is the increasing reliance on residual herbicides for Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) control sustainable? Aspects of Applied Biology 117, 2012 Crop Protection in Southern Britain, 25-32.
S. R. Moss, R. Hull (2012). Quantifying the benefits of spring cropping for the control of Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass). Aspects of Applied Biology 117, 2012 Crop Protection in Southern Britain, 1-6.
S. Cook, R. Hull, D. Ginsburg, S. Moss (2012). Are agronomic factors favouring certain brome species? Aspects of Applied Biology 117, 2012 Crop Protection in Southern Britain, 113-117.
BSc in Geology (University of Luton)
Measures of esteem
- Secretary of WRAG (Weed resistance action group)
- Member of BCPC Weeds Working group