As of May 26, farmers in Arkansas can no longer rely on dicamba to kill their weeds. The Arkansas Plant Board, after over 1,000 complaints and hours of debates, passed a motion to end the use of dicamba in Arkansas until the fall.
When used with the right dicamba-resistant seed, dicamba serves to eradicate pigweeds and increase soybean production. However, when dicamba is sprayed onto crops, it reportedly has a tendency to drift, especially as it vaporizes in higher temperatures.
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