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Herbicide Makers Say They’ll Work With Missouri After Dicamba Ban

The Missouri Department of Agriculture said it hopes to be able to lift its ban on the herbicide dicamba as early as this week, a restriction it ordered after complaints that use of the weed killer by some farmers was damaging crops in adjacent fields.

 

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Biofuels Groups Praise Agency’s Approval Of Grain Sorghum Oil For RFS

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