The South Dakota Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources is meeting internally and with stakeholders to talk about the 2021 dicamba drift complaints. “The department is looking at the science, our investigations and working with the industry on what we should do to eliminate or lower the risk of drift in the future,” said Hunter Roberts, secretary, South Dakota DANR. “That’s something we hope to have a decision on before November so we can give producers an idea of what products are available and the timeline.”
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