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2018: D-Day for Dicamba?

Doubtless, many people spent the better part of their New Year’s celebration watching the clock, waiting for midnight to arrive. But for the agricultural industry, the clock-watching continues – at least until November 9, 2018, rolls around. If things haven’t improved, this could be midnight for dicamba-resistant crops in America.

 

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