Published by Illinois Times By Bruce Rushton Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019 12:08 am --- Genetically modified soybeans bring costs Complaints about a herbicide used by soybean farmers have soared in Illinois. Dicamba isn’t considered harmful to humans, but it has wrought havoc in fields since 2016, when the herbicide, invented in...

Published by Arkansas Public Media By ANN KENDA January 9, 2019 3:25 pm   Jars of local honey from Crooked Creek Bee Co. will disappear from Arkansas stores following a decision from the state's largest commercial beekeeper to end its retail operations amid concerns over the weedkiller dicamba. Owner Richard...

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...

Published by The Legal Reader By Sara Teller Nov 20, 2018   A joint investigation by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting and the Food & Environment Reporting Network has found that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (FDA) could have stopped the destruction of dicamba long ago. Yet,...

Published by DTN By Emily Unglesbee 11/8/2018 | 2:57 PM CST States Struggle to Interpret and React to New Dicamba Rules ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Just how complex will dicamba use be in 2019? So complex that the three new dicamba labels released by EPA last week are each around...