Short window for dicamba closing on Minnesota farmers


A short window for applying dicamba herbicide is closing on Minnesota farmers.

After receiving more than 250 drift complaints a year ago, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture decided to restrict the use of dicamba technology after June 20th for the 2018 growing season.

Southeast Minnesota farmer Ed McNamara says planting delays coupled with the looming deadline will impact his post-emergent herbicide program.

“We were going to use some dicamba (in our program) and tomorrow’s the last day for spraying, and that’s not going to happen. 

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