Integrated pest management and weed management in the US and Canada
Owen, M. D., H. J. Beckie, J. Y. Leeson, J. K. Norsworthy, and L. E. Steckel.  2015.  Pest Managment Science, 71:357-376.

Abstract:
There is interest in more diverse weed management tactics because of evolved herbicide resistances in important weeds in many US and Canada crop systems. While herbicide resistances in weeds is not new, the issue has become critical because of the adoption of simple, convenient and inexpensive crop systems based on genetically engineered glyphosate tolerant crop cultivars. Importantly, genetic engineering has not been a factor in rice and wheat, two globally important food crops. Results There are many tactics that help mitigate herbicide resistance in weeds and should be widely adopted. Evolved herbicide resistance in key weeds has influenced a limited number of growers to include a more diverse suite of tactics to supplement existing herbicidal tactics. Most growers still emphasize herbicides often to the exclusion to alternative tactics. Conclusions Application of integrated pest management for weeds is better characterized as integrated weed management and more typically, integrated herbicide management. However, adoption of diverse weed management tactics is limited. Modifying herbicide use will not solve herbicide resistance in weeds and the relief provided by different herbicide use practices is generally short-lived at best. More diversity of tactics for weed management must be incorporated in crop systems.