Soy group looking for answers on dicamba damage

Soy group looking for answers on dicamba damage

The country’s leading soybean organization is trying to figure out how to stop dicamba-related damage to soybean crops from happening again.

"The issues surrounding dicamba-related damage to crops are serious ones," said Ron Moore, American Soybean Association (ASA) president and an Illinois farmer. "ASA is invested in bringing all parties together to find answers and solutions. We remain in constant contact with those companies selling dicamba-based products, and we are coordinating both with the United Soybean Board and checkoffs at the state level to draw on the data generated by their research into...

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