Minnesota Ag Department sticks with June 20th dicamba cutoff


Minnesota Ag Department sticks with June 20th dicamba cutoff

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is sticking with its June 20th cutoff date for dicamba applications despite spring planting delays.

In a news release, Commissioner Dave Frederickson says although it was a challenging spring, the state is now on track with soybean planting more than 90 percent complete.  He also cites dicamba being more effective on small broadleaf weeds, and that late applications only mean bigger weeds and better chances for escapes.

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