North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is getting mostly positive feedback about dicamba technology, but there are drift complaints. “Some said they’re glad there was a cut-off date (for dicamba application). There’s some who wanted the cut-off date to be June 20. We’re finding with the complaints, there are applicators that forgot to do the buffers.” Goehring has requested EPA to look at dicamba concentration levels. In the next month, the North Dakota Department of Agriculture will be surveying applicators for information.
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