In a statement following Wednesday’s dicamba court ruling, North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goerhing said the state is monitoring developments of the decision closely. An immediate appeal on the ruling is expected along with a request for an emergency stay. “The use of dicamba products for 2020 now depends on the outcome of the request for an emergency stay,” said Goehring. The ag department recommends farmers plan accordingly in case an emergency stay isn’t granted. Options include contacting their local crop consultant, agronomist, extension agent or the NDSU Extension Weed Control Guide.