Dicamba complaints are down in Minnesota for several possible reasons

Complaints against Dicamba have fallen drastically in Minnesota.

The state’s Soybean Growers Association says there have been just 14 complaints this year of dicamba drift, compared to more than 400 last year. The Association says a late spring could have played a role but they also believe users are starting to understand how the chemical moves.

Earlier this week, the EPA released a study showing prior attempts to curb off-target dicamba incidents were largely unsuccessful, especially in OTT applications.


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