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Off-label dicamba: the implications and consequences of applications

“Those who did make these applications have created a domino effect of bad publicity for U.S. agriculture, regulatory headaches, complaints, and potential soybean yield losses and they have caused negative implications for regulation of future technologies.”

 

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