Bradley has moved on from debating dicamba volatility


Bradley has moved on from debating dicamba volatility

Missouri’s leading weed scientist says his team’s focus has changed when it comes to dicamba damage. Dr. Kevin Bradley says his team has moved away from the question – Is there volatility in the dicamba herbicides? to What can we do about it? “We’ve got a good solid year worth of research under our belts of many studies that show there IS volatility.”

Bradley told farmers and others at the University of Missouri Pest Management field day he’s not debating volatility anymore, “We know there is so we’re moving on to, what are the factors that might contribute to it and is there any way we can make this stuff work in the future and at least minimize that risk?”

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