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DICAMBA DAMAGE LIMITED TO SPECIALTY CROPS SO FAR
BrownfieldAgNews reports:



Off-target dicamba crop damage so far this year is reported in several states but mostly to specialty crops such as trees, ornamentals, fruits and vegetables.

University of Missouri's Weed Science Integrated Pest Management says as of June first, only Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, and Texas have reported probable injury to soybean (about 800 acres) as a result of off-target movement of dicamba, while Tennessee has reported 100 acres of cotton with dicamba injury.

The Brownfield states of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, and South Dakota have NOT reported any incidents of off-target movement of dicamba so far.


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