With dicamba registration announced, farmers are pondering how states will react. Minnesota Dicamba Task Force Chair Bob Worth says the state can make things stricter. “Now, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture will sit down and look for what the EPA presented at law to determine next steps.” Worth thinks lots of good dicamba education happened in Minnesota last year. “There were very few complaints in Minnesota. That’s very good. There were also a few bad apples. They were trying to spray it off label. Farmers have to follow the label. A couple bad apples can ruin the product.”
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