dicamba drift damage on soybeans Farm Progress - Mindy Ward
Pictured are soybeans which have experienced dicamba spray-drift damage.

Dicamba dilemma pits industry against researchers

American Soybean Assn. points to need for public/private partnership to determine what went wrong.

There are now a reported 2,242 complaints affecting 3.1 million acres of soybeans in 21 of the 30 soybean-growing states regarding the herbicide dicamba damaging soybeans and other crops. Both Monsanto and the American Soybean Assn. (ASA) called for a public/private partnership to determine what went wrong.

ASA president and Illinois farmer Ron Moore stated that the dicamba-related damage issue isn’t going away and likely will only get worse as reports and the number of acres af

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