Missouri Soybeans: Using Drones to Estimate Yield Loss Following 2,4-D, Dicamba Injury – Video Jul 14, 2020
One of the most difficult challenges in predicting yield loss from dicamba injury to sensitive soybean is that the amount of dicamba, which contacted the sensitive soybean is unknown. As […]
Dicamba: Off-Target, Once Again – DTN Jul 10, 2020
This summer, Iowa fields are seeing some of the most widespread injury symptoms, as three dicamba herbicides face legal uncertainty.
Iowa: Dicamba 2020 – What Went Wrong? Jul 10, 2020
There is no question that dicamba injury across the Iowa landscape in 2020 is the most extensive it has been since the introduction of dicamba in the 1960s. ISUEO field […]
Several extension field agronomists have reported that injury is more widespread in 2020 than in the previous three years following registration of over-the-top applications of dicamba. In response to these […]
Some more details are emerging on Bayer’s $400 million settlement for dicamba injury claims, announced Wednesday amid a larger $1 billion settlement mostly focused on glyphosate litigation. Bayer agreed to […]
Dicamba: Request to Ban Post Emergence Use – DTN May 4, 2020
On April 28, the Association of American Pesticide Control Officials (AAPCO) sent EPA a letter asking that the agency consider banning postemergence use of four dicamba herbicides — XtendiMax (Bayer), Engenia […]
A Missouri peach farmer was recently awarded $265 million after a jury found that his orchard was damaged by dicamba-based pesticides. Hundreds of similar lawsuits have been filed, and their […]
Approximately two weeks ago, only a few (11 reported as of July 16) dicamba-related complaints had been filed with the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA), and some held aspirations that […]
A year ago this month I posted a blog that was titled “Dicamba in Tennessee: Year 3”. At that time the Tennessee Department of Agriculture had fielded 45 official dicamba […]
University of Missouri research has shown that soybeans entering the reproductive phase are most vulnerable to injury from dicamba.