Podcast: Farmers divided over controversial weed killer dicamba as legal battle against Bayer heats up

| | April 11, 2019

The herbicide dicamba’s job is to kill weeds, and many farmers say it’s a lifesaver. But the chemical has also damaged a million acres of soybeans across the U.S. in the last year, and some produce farmers in the South and Midwest are wondering whether their fruits and vegetables are next. As Harvest Public Media’s Jonathan Ahl (@JonathanAhl) reports, some produce farmers in the South and Midwest are wondering whether their fruits and vegetables are next.

Original podcast: Battle Over Popular Herbicide Continues Among Farmers And In Courts

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