Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson confirms Minnesota’s dicamba application deadline will not be extended. That means before sunset Wednesday, June 20, Minnesota farmers will need to have dicamba sprayed if they plan to use the product. Frederickson doesn’t want a repeat of last year. “We have other herbicides available that can be used if they become a problem after June 20. We’re trying to take a relatively conservative approach to this, because I don’t want to see this tool go away.” Frederickson says so far, there is one drift complaint is filed in Minnesota.