201901.03
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Experts: Dicamba Will Come For Trees, Specialty Crops In 2019

Published by Harvest Public Media By Jonathan Ahl DEC 24, 2018 Dicamba, the controversial herbicide used on soybeans and cotton, is responsible for thousands of acres of damaged crops in recent years. Experts say that despite new federal rules that go into effect in 2019, the drift will continue but the victims will be different….

201812.26
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CRACKS MAY BE SHOWING IN DICAMBA CONTROL OF PIGWEED

Published by Successful Farming By Bill Spiegel Dec 20, 2018 TENNESSEE SPECIALIST CAUTIONS ON OVERUSE OF DICAMBA-TOLERANT CROPS.   Dicamba-resistant pigweeds already? Believe it, says Larry Steckel, weed specialist at the University of Tennessee. Just north of Memphis, Steckel identified a single pigweed plant that emerged unscathed from an application of 22 ounces of XtendiMax…

201812.04
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Missouri’s decision to forego additional dicamba restrictions draws criticism

Published by The St. Louis Post Dispatch By Bryce Gray Dec 1, 2018 Less than three weeks after the Environmental Protection Agency extended approval through 2020 for top varieties of the controversial weedkiller, dicamba, agricultural officials in Missouri said that the state would not adopt any stricter regulations of its own. Some in Missouri’s agriculture…

201811.26
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Roundup Case Selected For First Federal Bellwether Trial in February 2019

Published by Lawsuits.com By Austin Kirk  November 21, 2018 The U.S. District Judge presiding over hundreds of Roundup cancer lawsuits has selected the first bellwether case that will go before a jury in the federal court system, with trial set to begin on February 25, 2019. While Bayer currently faces more than 9,300 product liability…