The North Dakota Department of Agriculture extended the application date for dicamba on soybeans to July 10 for this year’s growing season. A combination of rains, a lack of suitable days for spraying and delayed soybean growth impacted the decision. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says this “gives a chance for farmers to spray the soybeans planted in June and late May.”
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