Farmers in Missouri and Arkansas may no longer use the herbicide dicamba after hundreds of complaints of it drifting to other areas. Almost 600 complaints have been filed since mid-May from farmers claiming that the chemical has infiltrated their crops, primarily causing soybean damage.
Dicamba is used across the U.S. to treat dicamba-tolerant soybean and cotton varieties, as well as other crops. Dicamba has been used for decades on numerous crops across millions of acres. Recently, s
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