Farmers in Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee are suffering losses to their crops, and dicamba drift appears to be responsible. As a result, many farmers have filed lawsuits seeking compensation for their losses.
Monsanto and BASF are the companies approved to sell the herbicide dicamba, which was developed to help combat weeds that have become troublesome to manage.
Dicamba is a powerful and volatile herbicide that has a tendency to drift. For this reason, dicamba
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